Most Gen Xers and even millennials recall 1990's Red Hot + Blue album, a best-selling collection of Cole Porter covers featuring the biggest artists of the day. U2, Debbie Harry, Sinead O'Connor, Neneh Cherry, and Iggy Pop were just some of the musicians who lent their talent and image to the album and accompanying 20 videos. The album was released by the Red Hot organization, a still operating nonprofit that assists HIV and LGBTQ+ causes. As part of Red Hot's birthday, the organization shared images from their early '90s public health campaign that promoted safe sex as a way to stave off HIV. The campaign was historic for its time, featuring diverse couples of race and orientation (though not necessarily body type).