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With its glossy pages of pouting models and racy romance tips, Myanmar's first sex education magazine has got the usually demure nation hot under the collar as it cashes in on new-found cultural freedom. 

Ko Oo Swe, editor of Myanmar's first sex education magazine, with his magazine "Hyno" on November 28, 2012 ©AFP PHOTO/ Soe Than WIN

"Hyno" has sparked fevered debate since hitting Myanmar's bookstores in November, where it has become a must-read among the young and curious, just a few months after the end of direct censorship in the former junta-ruled nation.

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