Min Joor said when he finished the class he began treating women differently, thinking about the lessons he had learned from Htwe. While Htwe admits some of the men attending the classes are required to do so by their employers, she's also noticed an increase in the number of young people who sign up for the class by choice, seeking a safe space in which to discuss sensitive issues. Dr Thet Htwe tackles taboos and builds bridges as she gives sex education to people of all ages. The Muslim woman breaking barriers in sex education in Myanmar Dr Thet Htwe tackles taboos and builds bridges as she gives sex education to people of all ages. The year-old Muslim woman is one of the country's leading teachers of sexual education, travelling around the country to provide classes lasting from one day to one week on subjects from arousal to menstruation, and sexual orientation. The classes also have another role - discussing consent, women's rights, and tackling sensitive topics including gender-based violence.
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