Patt Morrison for May 24, 2012

The winner of 'L.A.’s Next Sex Symbol' condom artwork contest will be seen by a lot of lucky people

AIDS activists carry large condom packet

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AIDS activists carry large condom packets during the launch of the "Love Condoms" campaign to combat the spread of AIDS in Los Angeles on August 12, 2009.

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health wants to know what image of the City of Angels gets you in the mood. The artwork of ten lucky Angelenos will be chosen to appear on 1 million and one condom wrappers in the Health Department’s new “L.A.’s Next Sex Symbol” contest - with the goal of promoting safe sex and reducing new incidences of HIV in the Southland. Images of sports teams and city landmarks like the Hollywood Sign are prohibited… but who wants to see a picture of The Staples Center in the heat of the moment, anyway? What image might you submit to appear on a condom wrapper?

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What image might you submit to appear on a condom wrapper?

Guest:

Mario Perez, director, division of HIV and STD Programs, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health


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