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Yangoon Film School created three short documentary animations based on the testimonies of women who had survived sexual violence and abuse in Myanmar.These very tender and seemingly cautious animations do show one way of depicting and opening conversations about gender violence.Which brings us to our next focus in the sexual revolution movement.A woman in Myanmar is turning her own confusing experiences and messages about sex growing up into an opportunity to help women be equipped with the right knowledge about their bodies and sexuality, in order to live an empowered and healthy life.Help monks practice their English while watching the sunset at Mandalay Hill; light candles with chanting pilgrims at an enormous golden boulder perched at the edge of a cliff; or wave to the locals as you take a ferry up the Ayeyarwaddy River. The land of gold where you can discover so many things.And when you’re done with that, head to Inle Lake and marvel at its floating villages. Food is delicious and people are so friendly and helpful.
Prepare yourself and your cameras to witness the best sunrises and sunsets of your life, all while eating delicious food, meeting kind locals and making lifelong memories.Quite a relaxed tour but with lots of optional activities to keep you busy, would definitely recommend the cooking class and trekking around Inele lake!We are seeing a sexual revolution happening around the world.YANGON: Thiri’s heart started pounding and her whole body shook after she swallowed the final dose of pills that would end her unwanted pregnancy in a Yangon hotel.Her boyfriend had abandoned her after finding out she was pregnant – a familiar story in Myanmar, where many consider women “ruined” if they have sex before marriage.