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Los hombres de los 90s, la primera vez y todas las veces, 1990s

The Spanish-language version of Whitman-Walker’s “Men of the 90’s” campaign targeted younger, gay Latinos with a call to have safer sex by suggesting that using a condom would add excitement.

  • Publisher(s):
    Programas del SIDA de la Clinica Whitman-Walker
  • Type:
    Poster
A multiracial group of seven men stand in a group, each one holding up a wrapped condom.

After a decade of life with AIDS, activists and public health officials turned to new opportunities to educate people in the 1990s. Some of the stigma and shame had given way to honesty and playfulness, shown in campaigns like “Men of the 90’s” from the Whitman-Walker Clinic. The men pictured here are smiling, happy, and safe.

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  • Color photograph of a two young men. One has back turned and is removing his shirt, while the other man holds him and has a condom in one hand.
  • Black and white photograph of a multiracial group of men variously dressed waiting in line for a condom dispenser.
  • Black and white photograph of a Hispanic man holding a condom and embracing an African American who is slightly lower and looking upwards.
  • A multiracial group of seven men stand in a group, each one holding up a wrapped condom.