The Taiwanese company Gamania, which designs video games, recognizes same-sex marriages and offers to its same-sex employees the same marital leave that it offers to heterosexual married couples.
As announced at the beginning of the year, the Shibuya district of Tokyo now allows same-sex couples to seek recognition of their union, but also to access to the same rights as married couples.
The organization Rainbow Mahardhika hopes the Indonesian government will adopt protections against discrimination suffered by LGBT people, particularly in the employment sector.
Again a district of Tokyo will recognize the relationships of same-sex couples in the form of partnerships certificates.
Thailand will recognize a third gender in its new constitution.
Chile could be on track to legalize equal marriage!
In France, after days to talk about the equal marriage law approved one year ago, the subject then drifted on the pros and especially the cons of the surrogacy and insemination, and again, regardless of the opinions of the French.
The Mayor of Rome Ignazio Marino decided to recognize the unions of 16 same-sex couples although Italy does not recognize marriage equality.
Historic decision in Brazil where a judge has recognized three parents, the two mothers and the father.
In November 2013, the European Court of Human Rights condemned Greece for discrimination against same-sex couples. This week, 162 LGBT couples have appealed against the conservative Greek state for such discrimination which continue.