Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture
Everyone has a reason to get an HIV test, 1980s-1990s
The White heterosexual couple pictured here reminded readers that HIV/AIDS affected all types of partners.
Publisher(s):Westchester County (NY) Department of Health
Some public health campaigns attempted to appeal to the reader’s sense of love, responsibility, or consideration for others by stressing the benefits of diagnosis for romantic and sexual partners. Targeting heterosexual couples, this campaign, from Westchester County in New York, emphasized that HIV could be spread and contracted by both genders and HIV/AIDS was a concern for all couples, regardless of race.