Nurses and midwives can help Rip&Roll fight HIV

August 2011
Queensland Nurse;Aug2011, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p40
In this article, the author discusses the aspects of the Adshel's removal of the Rip&Roll gay men HIV awareness posters at bus shelters in Queensland. The author mentions that the posters were removed by Adshel in May 2011 after it received 30 complaints, which was coordinated by the Australian Christian Lobby. The author also states that after the posters were removed the advertisement's model Michael James launched a Facebook event protesting the decision with 100,000 other people.


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