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As you know, same sex sexual activity is still illegal and in theory punishable by fines and possibly life imprisonment.

Although this law is rarely ever enforced, its very existence is an insult to the LGBT community here.

Myanmar is a very conservative and religious country with around 89% of the population practising Buddhism.

In addition, it has retained the old colonial homophobic laws inherited from the British Empire.

Most people only consider transvestites, transsexuals and obviously effeminate persons as gay.

But there are still many fundamental things the country is catching up on first, like education and health care.

The Swedagon Pagoda is a must because this is one of the most religious sites in Yangon.

Whilst Queen Elizabeth in the UK recently “signed” gay marriages into law, 150 years ago, Queen Victoria oversaw section 377 of the 1860 Penal Code being passed into law, which criminalised sodomy with up to 10 years imprisonment and a fine.

Although section 377 remains today (like similar laws in India and Sri Lanka), we couldn’t find any recent enforcement of it.

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