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Burma once had a matriarchal system that includes the exclusive right to inherit oil wells and the right to inherit the position as village head.Burmese women were also appointed to high offices by Burmese kings, can become chieftainesses and queens.At present, young Burmese women can choose to marry someone for love.In 2000, the Asian Women's Resource Exchange (AWORC) published a report entitled Human Rights in Burma from the Forum News (August 1998) describing that by tradition, Burmese women are maternal self-abnegators, meaning that these women "consistently forgo their own needs in order to give their children first priority." The report also indicated that rural and urban Burmese women were affected by the deteriorating economic climate in Burma.Most places especially the South and the North-West get only a few tourists and are not contaminated by the tourists as in so many other Asian countries.I am happy that I could take many pictures of these natural girls and woman.) If you look deep into the eyes of these girls and women, you can see a quality of pureness and innocence.
(Some have already been shown on other pages, but this is a summary) This has been my second visit to Myanmar.
As a result, Burmese families were "increasingly prioritising the rights of males over females to limited resources." These changes affected the access of Burmese women to nutrition, medical services, vocational training, and other educational opportunities.
Burmese women became unwilling porters and unpaid labourers for the military, including becoming victims of slavery, murder, torture, rape, and attacks.
The women in Myanmar were amazingly friendly and sweet: female energy in its pure and innocent form.
A quality, which is sadly more and more disappearing in the Western commercialized countries. She has this mysterious Mona Lisa smile, the female mystery, which we men can never unravel and understand, but that will always intrigue us.
As far as I could see, there has been, at these places in the North, no TV or Internet (or probably not even newspapers). Crime cant happen in this energy of oneness and kindness.