Don’t die of embarrassment.
Yes, it could be embarrassing to ask a man to wear a condom, especially if you Don’t know him very well.
But that’s exactly who you need to ask—the man you Don’t know.
And if he says no, so can you.
Anyone can get the AIDS virus by having sex with an infected person.
And you just can’t be sure who’s infected. The carrier often doesn’t know, and can have the virus years before the symptoms start showing up.
So you must protect yourself.
Not having sex is one sure way to avoid AIDS. lf you decide to have sex, using a condom is your best protection.
It’s as simple as that.
AIDS is incurable, and if you get it, you’ll likely die.
So start carrying condoms and tell your partner to use them.
Because the consequences of getting AIDS are more than just a little embarrassing. They’re deadly.
If you think you can’t get it, you’re dead wrong.
NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 1 (718) 485-8111
Client: New York City Department of Health