Navigation Links
Rubber Rocks Staying Alive Unveils Furry Ads to Promote Safe Sex
Date:11/5/2008

New Content Marks Decade of Global Safe Sex Campaigning

LONDON, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- MTV's HIV and AIDS campaign Staying Alive today revealed that Lapeno, Fat Ed and Mervin are the latest in a long line of celebrities to be associated with its work to mark the campaign's tenth anniversary. A series of specially-created shorts have been commissioned by Staying Alive and Spinvox from the creators of Fur TV -- Chris Waitt and Henry Trotter -- and will premiere during the live broadcast of the 2008 MTV Europe Music Awards. The Awards is broadcast on Thursday 6th November 2008 from the Liverpool Echo Arena, Liverpool -- European Capital of Culture -- and sponsored by edc by Esprit, Sony Ericsson and Dell.

In its tenth year Staying Alive is launching a new campaign in association with Spinvox, Telling It Like It Is (http://www.tellingitlikeitis.tv) to continue to openly and frankly discuss sex and safe sex issues with young people.

"It is only by encouraging young people to talk more openly about sex that we can start breaking down the stigma and barriers that are all too associated with the subject," said Georgia Arnold, Senior Vice President, Social Responsibility, MTV Networks International and Executive Director, Staying Alive Foundation. "An open mind leads to open discussions which ultimately help promote safe sex and lowers the risk of HIV and AIDS. We strongly believe that humour is one of the best ways to do this and the Fur TV spots are hilarious and totally spot on."

Fur TV premiered on MTV ONE in the UK in April 2008 and the series has subsequently aired on MTV in France and Germany. The five shorts focus on specific safe sex messages that relate directly to the concerns that many young people have when it comes to using condoms -- What is unsafe sex?; Is buying a condom embarrassing?; Why do I need a condom?; Do condoms reduce sensitivity? In the not-for-the-faint
'/>"/>

SOURCE MTV Networks International
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6

Related medicine news :

1. Growing markets bring potential for rubber and oilseed crops
2. Newell Rubbermaid to Grow Commercial Products Platform with Agreement to Acquire Technical Concepts
3. Video: Rubber Hits the Road as Trojan(R) Campaigns for Sexual Health in America to Evolve
4. Rubber snake could help wave power get a bite of the energy market
5. Vytex(TM) Natural Rubber Latex Manufacturing Test Results Get International Latex Conference Buzzing
6. Youth and Community Groups Commend Rockstar for Taking The Buzz out of its Energy Drinks
7. Conde Nast Media Group Announces Performance of Just Stand Up to be Fed Live from the Stage at FASHION ROCKS to ABC, CBS and NBCs Simultaneous Broadcast of Stand Up To Cancer Nationwide Fund-Raising Event On September 5th
8. Sobriety Rocks: Celebrity Rehab Staff Joins Bianca Center for Substance Abuse
9. AUDIO from Medialink and Radica: Staying Sharp with Games for Your Brain
10. Staying sharp in Washington, D.C.
11. Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen Prove That Aging Is Actually Reversible in You: Staying Young on Discovery Health
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:10/1/2014)... Nev. (PRWEB) October 01, 2014 First ... measuring abnormal circadian cellular changes throughout the body, announced ... Inc. to better address the company’s breadth of upcoming ... early breast cancer screening technology. , “Our initial focus ... cancer system which detects abnormal circadian cellular changes over ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... Join the more than 80 golfers who already ... ever charity golf tournament to benefit Project HEAL, a not-for-profit ... cannot afford treatment. The tournament will be held Monday, Oct. ... , The day-long event starts with 10:30 a.m. check-in and ... will begin at 5 p.m. and will include an auction ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... FL (PRWEB) October 01, 2014 Innovations ... Jr., scheduled to broadcast on Monday, October 20, 2014 ... this episode, Innovations will go behind the scenes to ... programs. This segment will explore the practical help and ... adults, which teaches the warning signs of abuse, how ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... NC (PRWEB) October 01, 2014 Scientists ... of three drugs that target immune system proteins has ... Mesothelioma has just posted details of the new study ... story now. , Researchers in the UWA School ... and anti-CTLA-4 drugs to mice with mesothelioma with promising ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... October 01, 2014 October is national ... and early detection plans while raising money for breast ... Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the effort to ... to promote the importance of having access to clean, ... may be linked to certain forms of cancer. ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:First Warning Systems Changes Name to Cyrcadia Health to Better Reflect Core Competency and Goals of Company 2Health News:First Warning Systems Changes Name to Cyrcadia Health to Better Reflect Core Competency and Goals of Company 3Health News:First Warning Systems Changes Name to Cyrcadia Health to Better Reflect Core Competency and Goals of Company 4Health News:Project HEAL Benefit Golf Tournament Gaining Momentum 2Health News:Project HEAL Benefit Golf Tournament Gaining Momentum 3Health News:Innovations to Explore Breakthroughs in Health and Wellness in Upcoming Episode Airing Monday, October 20, 2014 via Discovery Channel 2Health News:New Mesothelioma Study Says Mice Cured by Immuntherapy “Cocktail”, Reports Surviving Mesothelioma 2Health News:Pelican Water Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Order Donations 2
... contain high levels of action, such as Unreal Tournament, can ... of Rochester have shown that people who played action video ... of a month improved by about 20% in their ability ... to ones used in regular ophthalmology clinics. ,In ...
... recent survey identifies teen’s online behavior associated with ... online are more likely to become// victims of ... information on the Internet. The report was published ... & Adolescent Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. ...
... study published today in the on-line journal PLoS Biology concluded ... cells in the central nervous system to// prematurely shut down. ... identify a common molecular trigger for the effects of toxicant ... toxicant exposure and new methods of evaluating the safety of ...
... Doctors who fear their own death say they are more ... for whom further medical treatment is considered futile,// reveals research ... of Archives of Disease in Childhood. ,The ... specialising in the care of sick newborns (neonatologists) across Australia ...
... an ongoing problem according to Australia’s leading organ donor advocacy ... Medical Journal of Australia (MJA) three letters to the editor ... ,The first looks at organ donation following ... on organ donor rates, and the third the participation of ...
... According to a latest Government data, there is an alarming ... this could be linked to the plummeting sale of// antidepressants. ... and Prevention (CDC) also indicated that youth in their late ... Food and Drug Administration had issued a black box warning ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Action Video Games Improves Vision 2Health News:Teens More Likely to Become Victims of Online Harassments 2Health News:Environmental Toxicants Target Stem Cells 2Health News:Environmental Toxicants Target Stem Cells 3Health News:Doctors’ Own Fear of Death Linked to Hastening Death of Very Sick Newborn 2Health News:The Search for Organ Donors 2
(Date:9/30/2014)... 2014 This study provides an analysis ... solutions including nuclear imaging informatics, PET imaging informatics, ... assesses the size of the market based on ... projects future growth based on the current drivers ... place in the broader markets for imaging equipment, ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... 2014  Decision Resources Group finds that the Asia ... China , India , ... rate through 2023. Dental implant procedure volumes will grow as physicians ... Other key findings from Decision Resources Group,s coverage of ... , Dental implant penetration: Penetration of dental implants among ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... -- A study using a relatively new imaging tool, ... the composition of carotid artery disease and has the ... disease, a leading cause of stroke. ... 2010 and May 2012, was featured in the June ... College of Cardiology (JACC) Cardiovascular Interventions. Interventional cardiologist ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Analysis of the US Molecular Imaging Informatics Market 2Analysis of the US Molecular Imaging Informatics Market 3Asia Pacific Dental Implant Market Will Grow at a Strong Rate Through 2023 2Asia Pacific Dental Implant Market Will Grow at a Strong Rate Through 2023 3New Imaging Tool May Allow Tailoring of Stroke Prevention to Each Patient 2
... kit features a patented Per-fit™ flexible PVC ... a low-profile cuff specifically designed to reduce ... the patients anatomy. The kit s unique ... tube snugly, allowing for an easier transition ...
... Self-contained kits provide convenience and cost ... tracheostomy care trays offer a variety of ... and management of the tracheostomized patient. , ... trays, and trays with disposable inner cannula ...
Disposable tracheostomy care tray....
... For Your Tracheostomy Care Needs, ,Each ... the latest components for efficient and convenient ... Designed by clinicians, these latex-free trays provide ... and caregiver. All of our trays also ...
Medicine Products: