Myanmar sex youtube

04-Nov-2016 19:25

Local authorities in the areas were supportive and participated in event organizing process.

Two young women kiss at commemorations in Yangon May 17, 2013. Yangon and Mandalay IDAHO events appeared in different media providing decent information of the event and LGBT issue in the country.

Resources are usually misspent by targeting the general community [rather than at-risk groups].

However, the country’s national strategy has included some very strong targeting,” said Eamonn Murphy, the country coordinator for the Joint UN Programme on AIDS (UNAIDS).

Myanmar's first sex education magazine, Hyno, has sparked debate since hitting bookstores in November, just a few months after the end of censorship in the former junta-ruled nation.

With its glossy pages of pouting models and racy romance tips, the magazine has got the usually demure nation 'hot under the collar'.

International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO): The event was jointly organized by Colors Rainbow and Myanmar LGBT Rights Network in 7 cities, namely Yangon, Mandalay, Pathein, Monywa, Kyaukpadaung, Pyay and Kawthaung, in the country.

Press statement was released to Myanmar Human Rights Commission and the general public in 7 locations during the event and the media.

Ko Oo Swe said that the magazine is a combination of sex education and entertainment.For the second year running, LGBT rights activists in Burma/Myanmar held events to mark May 17.Actions for 2013 spanned seven different cities (Yangon, Mandalay, Pathein, Monywa, Kyaukpadaung, Pyay and Kawthaung). Events were supported by the Myanmar National Human Rights Commission, the British Council and UNAIDS.Approximately 4000 people attended the event in the areas.In Monywa, a transgender organizer petitioned local authorities who approved her application, made it the first LGBT event held in open space with government approval inside Burma and gained great public interest.

Ko Oo Swe said that the magazine is a combination of sex education and entertainment.

For the second year running, LGBT rights activists in Burma/Myanmar held events to mark May 17.

Actions for 2013 spanned seven different cities (Yangon, Mandalay, Pathein, Monywa, Kyaukpadaung, Pyay and Kawthaung). Events were supported by the Myanmar National Human Rights Commission, the British Council and UNAIDS.

Approximately 4000 people attended the event in the areas.

In Monywa, a transgender organizer petitioned local authorities who approved her application, made it the first LGBT event held in open space with government approval inside Burma and gained great public interest.

According to the report, the Ministry of Information has also sent a letter to the interim press council registering its unhappiness with the 'unethical' lifestyle magazine.