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2019/05/24 | Cat Thomas
Celebrations and Vows to Fight on As Taiwan Registers First Same-Sex Marriages
Government officials joined in the jubilant First In Asia Wedding Party as Taiwan made history as the first country in Asia to register same-sex marriages.
2019/05/24 | Cat Thomas
Marriage Equality: Love Wins, But Battles Remain
Can Taiwan’s democracy withstand attempts to sabotage Asia’s first same-sex marriage law?
2019/05/18 | Cat Thomas
The Highs and Lows, Tears and Cheers of the Marriage Equality Rally
On the ground at the Legislative Yuan as Taiwan becomes the first country in Asia to approve same-sex marriage.
2018/12/05 | Roy Ngerng
The DPP Should Not Blame LGBT Advocates for Their Election Loss
It's a dangerous, despicable strategy that also has no mooring in the reality of how their voters feel about marriage equality.
2018/12/04 | Roy Ngerng
How the LGBT Referendums Split From Taiwanese Popular Opinion
Most Taiwanese support some form of legal protection for same-sex couples. The Nov. 24 referendums don't tell the whole story.
South Korea's Slow Shift toward LGBT Tolerance
South Korean laws and attitudes towards LGBT rights are particularly conservative, but polls suggest attitudes are shifting.
2017/12/18 | Brian Hioe
OPINION: Huang Kuo-chang Survives Recall Vote and Faces Uncertain Future
New Power Party Chair Huang Kuo-chang's survival of a recall vote without support from the Democratic Progressive Party opens a new chapter in his party's future.
2017/12/11 | Jay Lin
OPINION: Is Taiwan Really a Beacon for LGBT Rights in Asia?
Taiwan's LGBT community has an easier time than many, but more needs to be done for such progress to receive international recognition.
2017/12/01 | Jennifer Creery
Taiwanese Couples' Agonizing Wait for Same-sex Marriage
Taiwan was praised for its progressive steps towards marriage equality — but the process has stalled.
2017/05/24 | Ketagalan Media
On the Verge of History: Will Taiwan Legalize Same Sex Marriage Today?
If Taiwan’s constitutional court does deem same sex marriage to be legal, not only will it become a watershed in Taiwan’s history of democracy and developing civil society, it will also have profound meaning for LGBTQ rights around the world.