What if you couldn’t show your family portrait at work? Or if other people thought sex did not concern you? What if you weren’t allowed to love who you want?
Helsexinki, an exhibition soon to open in the Helsinki City Museum, is based on the everyday experiences of city folk. It’s about sexuality, gender and sex – and about the freedom to choose how to express them. The exhibition, closely linked with topical themes, challenges the visitors to think about whose voice is heard and who has the freedom to be who they really are.
Free entry, as always!