Performers rehearse for Myanmar's first-ever Burmese-language Vagina Monologues. Photo: AFP Performers rehearse for Myanmar's first-ever Burmese-language Vagina Monologues. Photo: AFP
Performers rehearse for Myanmar's first-ever Burmese-language Vagina Monologues. Photo: AFP
Myanmar

Vagina Monologues makes debut in conservative Myanmar where sex remains taboo subject

  • The feminist play aims to normalise conversations about women’s bodies and sexual consent, even if it makes people uncomfortable
  • Its co-director says Myanmar women grow up not cherishing their bodies and are “mainly taught their body is like a disgusting object”.

Topic |   Myanmar
Performers rehearse for Myanmar's first-ever Burmese-language Vagina Monologues. Photo: AFP Performers rehearse for Myanmar's first-ever Burmese-language Vagina Monologues. Photo: AFP
Performers rehearse for Myanmar's first-ever Burmese-language Vagina Monologues. Photo: AFP
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