If you shoot drugs stay away from me
Series:America responds to AIDS
Description:Predominantly white poster with black lettering. Title at top of poster, with one phrase on either side of the image. Visual image is a b&w photo reproduction featuring a woman and two young boys. The woman is kneeling down so she is about the same height as the boys. Caption to right of photo addresses the woman’s insistance on avoiding the risk of HIV/AIDS while dating. Note below caption, publisher information below note.
"Listen. I’m a single mother with two boys, and I love them very much. Yes, I like to date, but I need to tell you that I’m taking precautions against AIDS. In fact, if you shoot drugs or have a problem with wearing a condom, I suggest you stay away from me. Sure I want a man to share my life with. But also I love myself and my boys too much to make any mistakes.
AMERICA RESPONDS TO AIDS
This has been a message from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control."
Issued between 1988 (when the America responds to AIDS campaign began) and 1993 (when Centers for Disease Control changed its name to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).
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