This exhibition, entitled “Beyond The Blue Sky”, was created by Brandt Miller and centers on the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) community of Mongolia. The exhibit is the first is cialis better than viagra ever to publicly address LGBT rights and issues in Mongolia, where homosexuality is legal but barely tolerated, keeping almost every member of the LGBT community in fear of having their sexuality revealed.
From an article about the exhibit in the UB Post (the part about the blue khadag is important context for the exhibition):
“The exhibition will feature photographs of Mongolian lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in cialis 20mg price comparison a range of settings that challenge traditional notions of gender and sexuality. To ensure the safety of participants, and to also represent the when was cialis discovered hidden nature of nearest pharmacy LGBT people’s lives and their invisibility in society, their faces were covered with cialis and diabetes khadag. The use of khadag that traditionally covers the faces of those who have died also symbolically mirrors the present reality in which many LGBT people feel they are not fully living.
The exhibition will also include poetry written by LGBT people, personal histories and testimonies of LGBT people.