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"We are now drafting a bill to protect women and prevent violence against them," Naw Tha Wah told AFP.

"Women can complain if they are bullied into not getting married after living together.

She shares the one-room house with eight members of her family and a scourge of deadly mosquitoes that fester in the thick, green water beneath her feet.

A television used to decorate one corner of the house, balanced on a shelf to avoid the floodwater and sewage that seeped in through the floorboards while seasonal rain thrashed the hand-built structure from above.

KO AUNG: They used their spears, their swords, knives, and also arrows.

SEVERSON: Matthew Smith is the Asia director of Fortify Rights, international nonprofit that documents human rights violations.

Though sex work is illegal in the majority-Buddhist and traditionally conservative country the number of entertainment venues with sex workers has increased to some 3,000 today, according to The Irrawaddy news site.

The song by Nightmare functions as a raw reminder from the young artists working with Turning Tables - which operates with the slogan "Empowering marginalized youth through music and film" - that sex work is dangerous and even makes reference to the sexually transmitted disease of gonorrhea.

Girls in these areas are in a precarious position, constantly in danger of being trafficked across foreign borders.A heavy metal band in Myanmar has released a new music video for a song warning Burmese women about the dangers of the sex trade in a country that has become a major tourist destination since opening up its borders in 2012 and is now struggling with the illegal aspects of a burgeoning nightlife scene.The video for rock band Nightmare's song 'Asian Hooker in Myanmar', produced by social enterprise Turning Tables Myanmar, starts with a guitar ballad as a young woman puts on red lipstick and struts in stiletto heels to a Yangon night club, where the music shifts into intense drumming with screaming vocals.Director of the social welfare department Naw Tha Wah said the new law would criminalize domestic violence for the first time and make gang-rape a capital offence.If passed in parliament, the law would also carry a penalty of up to five years in prison for any man who refuses to marry a woman after they have lived together, and up to seven if she is pregnant.The lyrics, yelled from the perspective of a male sex tourist, express the brutality and violence that stem from discriminatory attitudes which view women's bodies as commodities."With vast poverty and a tradition for slavery and child labor Myanmar is prone to become the next massive sex tourism destination and export ground for Western sexual pathologies," Turning Tables wrote on their Facebook page in the caption of the video, which already has over 3,000 likes on the social network since being posted late on Monday night.