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Being isolated for around forty years allowed the myth that women living in Myanmar (Burma) face less gender discrimination and have more rights than females in surrounding Southeast Asian nations.
Now a variety of organizations both domestic and international are now trying to educate people that this belief is a misconception and make strides towards protecting women’s rights in Myanmar.
Burmese sex workers also operate in Yunnan, China, particularly the border town of Ruili.