While Taiwan will become the first Asian country to legalize marriage equality on May 24th, the capital Taipei has already opened bookings in anticipation of the opening of marriage to same-sex couples as announced the city’s Department of Civil Affairs.
13 LGBTQ+ couples chose Valentine’s Day to launch what is the first lawsuit against the Japanese government to get the right to marry.
The municipal council of Pariaman has adopted a measure prohibiting LGBTQ acts, imposing a fine that can go up to 1 million rupees ($14,129/12 408 euros) for behavior likely to “disturb public order” or to be “immoral”.
Taiwan voters rejected marriage equality. However, the battle isn‘t lost yet.
Tokyo adopted an ordinance prohibiting anti-LGBT discrimination to anticipate the 2020 Olympics Games.
After India decriminalized homosexual relationships, a diplomat calls on the LGBT community in Singapore to challenge the same ban.
MK, a queer woman, filed a complaint to open civil unions to same-sex couples in Hong Kong.
Great news! A study shows that more than half of Hong Kong's residents support marriage equality.
I'm disappointed by Taiwanese president. Last Monday, Tsai Ing-wen didn't say whether her government would push the law to allow same-sex couples to marry.
The concert of Hong Kong's lesbian singer, Denise Ho, has been banned by the Malaysian government.