San Diego, CA (PRWEB) January 08, 2013
MarriageRecord.com, being a top website for marriage record reports, shares the recent news of the Taiwanese legislature that was reviewed recently.
According to Shanghaiist.com, Legislators were forced into taking quick action on the matter by the Judicial Yuan (Taiwan’s constitutional court), which is due to hear the case of Chen Ching-hsueh and Kao Chih-wei, two men who are seeking legal recognition of their marriage.
This step to change male and female to gender-neutral language in the Taiwan Civil Code could make marriage equality in this Asian territory a reality. The Taiwan gay community has grown the past few years with the largest Gay Pride Parade held last October with over 50,000 attendees.
Though most Taiwanese may approve gay marriage laws and this propose legislation has been brought forth to the Ministry of Justice’s Department of Legal Affairs (a Sept. 2012 poll by United Daily News showed 55 percent approval of gay marriage laws and 37 percent against), it may still be a long road for gay marriage rights in Asia.
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