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gamania

 

 

The Taiwanese company GamaniaGamania, 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.

A MEI element

 

 

 

Taiwanese singer A-mei has once again shown her support by organizing a fundraising campaign for a LGBT group at a concert in Taipei.

Published in Music

Pingtung County

 

 

 

While Taiwan offers at present no recognition to unions between persons of the same sex, there is no law allowing marriage equality nor law allowing adoptions by same-sex couples, an aboriginal village, enacting its own rules, just recognized the adoption of a child by a lesbian couple.

Monday, 24 November 2014 17:02

Taiwanese Singer Jin Tai Came Out As Gay!

Jin Tai

 

Jin Tai is a singer who was notably revealed through the televised singing competition Star Avenue in 2007. She was part of the tomboy band “MissTER”.

In an interview with the China Times, the singer has openly spoken for the first time about her homosexuality, her relationship for four years with a female model she wants to keep secret identity while sharing her wedding plans.

Published in Music

Taiwan

 

Two lesbian mothers sued the Taiwanese government after the latter has not recognized them as legal guardians of their children.

Taiwan

 

A gay couple had launched a challenge in a Taiwanese court after a government organization refused to register their marriage but, unfortunately, the court ruled in favour of the organization.

Penguins at north pole

 

 

 

                                                                                      

For the first time, a lesbian short film comedy was broadcast by a Taiwanese public television.

Published in TV & Movies

Taiwan

 

 

From now on in Taiwan, a transition is not necessary any more to be able to change your gender.

ding ning

 

 

Taiwanese TV actress Ding Ning lost a business of approval with a company after her support for marriage equality.

Published in TV & Movies
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