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Over 200,000 people turned out to celebrate Taiwan's first Pride since the nation became the first Asian nation to legalise same-sex marriage. Growing by over 50,000 people from the previous year, organisers of the Pride parade say that the record turnout highlights the progress that has been made, and also...
Following becoming the first Asian nation to allow same-sex marriage, Taiwan has seen over one thousand same-sex weddings in just one month. Announcing the success of the new legislative change, Taiwan’s Ministry of the Interior confirmed that in its first month of marriage equality, 790 female couples and 383 male...
Taiwan has become the first country in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage after the passing of a highly-contentious bill by the nation's lawmakers. The historic bill which was passed by Taiwan's parliament with a 66 to 27 majority, ultimately approves the legislation that was initially tabled by the government, in...
Taiwan has made history in becoming the first Asian nation to introduce a same-sex relationship bill, however, the proposed legislation is being criticised for not going far enough. The new bill being introduced by Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) intends to give same-sex couples the right to register “permanent...
Over 100,000 individuals have reportedly gathered and marched in solidarity aiming to persuade the nation of Taiwan to vote in favour of marriage equality ahead of a series of referendums. Reported by Taipei Times, the mass equality rally was organised by the Gender Equality Education Coalition, and included musicians, politicians, and filmmakers. “We...
Over 50,000 gathered in Taipei to celebrate the 2014 Taiwan GLBT Pride Parade The Taiwan LGBT Pride Parade was held Saturday in Taipei under the theme of "Walk in Queers' Shoes." "Walk in Queers' Shoes" was selected as the parade's theme this year to call more attention to minority members such as...

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