Then she starts kissing her boyfriend and scenes of Salt-n-Pepa and other couples kissing and hugging are shown.
The song was later included in the trio's Greatest Hits album. An alternate version of the song entitled "Let's Talk About AIDS" was released to radio on a promotional single and included as a B-side on various singles for the song.
Steve Huey from AllMusic called it a "playful safe-sex anthem". The cast look at how sex ed handles basic biology - from menstruation to the rules of reproduction and the challenges of masturbation First shown: 5 Apr Frequent sexual references and strong language This programme is subtitled This programme is audio described More episodes.
Next the video colorizes when Salt-n-Pepa are shown dancing. Another version of the video has a scene in which a skeleton is shown after the word ' AIDS ' with a stamp saying 'censored' in its mouth. Critical reception[ edit ] The song received favorable reviews from many music critics.
Content[ edit ] The song talks about safe sexthe positive and negative sides of sex and the censorship that sex had around that time in American mainstream media.