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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.

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.

Sex workers in Myanmar have said that authorities have failed to make the industry safer, as the criminalisation of the industry puts their lives even more at risk by driving the trade underground."There is no place, no law, no protection for sex workers in Myanmar," said Ma Thu Zar Win, part of the organization Sex Workers in Myanmar (SWIM), adding that the law stops them from carrying condoms and accessing healthcare.

Pope Francis has issued a strong defence of the right of Burma’s Rohingya Muslims to ‘live their faith’, and criticised the country’s government for an alleged campaign of persecution.

Surveys reveal that in 2008, prevalence among sex workers stood at 18.4 percent, whereas 7.1 percent of sex workers were HIV positive in 2012.

While government data estimates that there are currently 60,000 sex workers in Myanmar, PSI puts the real number at closer to 80,000.

He hopes to boost his magazine''s social content with a greater focus on issues such as HIV prevention, prostitution and tackling violence against women, the report added.

The lyrics, yelled from the perspective of a male sex tourist, express the brutality and violence that stem from discriminatory attitudes which view women's bodies as commodities."With vast poverty and a tradition for slavery and child labor Myanmar is prone to become the next massive sex tourism destination and export ground for Western sexual pathologies," Turning Tables wrote on their Facebook page in the caption of the video, which already has over 3,000 likes on the social network since being posted late on Monday night.

With 4.5 million tourists flooding into Myanmar in 2015 alone, policymakers have urged the formerly authoritarian state to learn from the lessons of other countries in Southeast Asia, whose communities suffer the scourge of sexual exploitation and trafficking amid the lack of alternative opportunities to partake in development gains."Myanmar has undergone a transformation from isolated country and tourism pariah, the subject of over 15 years of boycott, to a 'must see' destination in only a couple of years," says non-profit Myanmar Responsible Business in a report which lists the negative impacts of unmanaged tourism on communities including growing negative 'social pressures'.

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.

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