Burma worked up over sex ed mag
Ko Oo Swe, editor of Burma's first sex education magazine Hyno , holds up a copy.Full Story
#1 Jan 10, 2013
What a creep ! this is nothing to do with sex education but promiscuity. it must be banned. It is against Burmese Buddhist values. Stupid editor, soi ignornat of what is happening in the developed Western countries. Burmese people must support the government if censorship is brought back in to protect public morals. freedom is not licence to destroy great Burmese values.
Shameless ignorant editor. Trying to expolit innocent young people. Every people can set their own standards and protect them legally. it is the duty of the government, representing the will of the people. australis is full of gay epople, in other words perverts.
quite right Burmese people are worked up. Members of society are interdependent and no one has the right to highjeck society in the name of freedom.
Burmese people do not want rubbish ! Buddhist monks must intervene by teaching Burmese youth the dangers of sexualising Burmese culture.
Ban that magazine!
How pathetic the situation is. whilst the country remains poor, with the farmers struggling, the urban rubbish are abusing the new freedoms.
Worst of both worlds, we did warn. Did we not?
Burmese men, would you like to see your mother, aunts, sisters, daughters as object of sex? No!
Shame the editor! Boycott his magazine. What a low lifer! In freedom, people should be encouraged to pursue higher learning. Instead the low lifer like the editor is corroding noble Burmese values.
Australians can carry on with their own immorality; with kangaroo or whatever, man and man (lovers of siht), woman and woman, you are disgusting lot.
#2 Jan 10, 2013
Myanmar "opening" up?
Didn't take long for the sex trade cumming from the Angols did it?
Sadly, the legs of the little girls and little boys in Yongong will have to open up to the sound of the crispy USD, GBP and Euro notes.
Immoral filthy Westerners!
#3 Jan 10, 2013
And traitor SuuKyi Aris is silent about it. So much for her fake piety and moral authority. What Burma needs is a mass patriotic movement to impose ' people's laws' to stop cultural colonialism of the West. Democracy must not be confused with giving licence to low lifes like the editor to turn Burmese youth to prostitution. Already an Australian man had been accused of sexual harassment.
All Burmese/Myanmars must protect the youth and poor people particularly poor women. Take collective responsibility to protect Burmese culture and values: something traitors Irrawaddy and Demented Voices of Burma, DVB, would never do.
#4 Jan 11, 2013
The forerunner of Opening the legs is none other than traitor SuuKyi Aris. Noble U Aung San Oo disowned her correctly.
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