The recent decision by Ecuador’s highest court to legalize same-sex marriage makes it the fifth nation in Latin America to do so.
Our Grand Justices made the Interpretation in 2017, we held a referendum in 2018 and, finally, the Legislative Yuan passed the law in May.
As Japanese lawmakers grapple with a landmark same-sex marriage bill, campaigners fear it may die at the first legislative hurdle as lawmakers pander to aging voters and old traditions. W
Municipal efforts to support sexual minorities are spreading through the nation, as seen in Okayama Prefecture.
Ecuador's highest court has ruled to recognize same-sex marriage, marking a watershed moment for LGBTQ rights in the Catholic-majority country.
The first such sentence in Poland.
Two letters sent on Thursday call the policy ‘a thinly veiled attack on LGBTQ Americans whose children are conceived through the use of egg donors and gestational surrogacy.’
Same-sex couples who want to have a family in Germany still face legal and cultural barriers
The Court did not reach a decision this June 4 and announced that it will continue deliberating in another session. The historic discussion takes place in a highly conservative country.
Major opposition parties have submitted a bill that would permit same-sex marriage, a move that comes weeks after Taiwan became the first place in Asia to legalize gay marriage.
Rights of Children, Surrogates, and Would-Be Parents Implicated
Taiwan’s same-sex marriage law, titled Enforcement Act of Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 748, was passed by the Legislative Yuan on May 17 and was enacted today.