Last year, Rip & Roll safe-sex advertising campaign was highly condemned by all in Australia. Recent reports subjected that the ad campaign will still carry on with its proceedings, this time in Queensland.
Health communities asserted that the posters of the campaign will be on display by this Sunday and will be pasted in 35 bus shelters, which lie in the inner regions of Brisbane and also on billboards in the east and north regions of Brisbane.
The poster highlights the use of condom, along with which stand tall three gay men, who in no sense look offensive, but friendly.
Healthy Communities Executive Director Paul Martin said, "He hasn't planned for this year's ad to be controversial but he's ready if the Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) campaigns against it again. We've designed the advert to be subtle".
He added that even last year they found no issues, which could upset ACL over the campaign's work progress and even this year they are expecting that the ads won't bother them.
However, he emphasized that they are not aware as to why these people are against such ads, despite of the fact that people should be acknowledged regarding safe-sex. Rather, it is a must.
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