Taiwan has developed to become one of the most socially liberal countries in all of Asia. Now the issue of same-sex marriage is on the road to Taiwan's constitutional court. One same-sex family with young children is watching the debate closely.
It's been a year since a landmark ruling in Taiwan recognized same-sex unions as a fundamental right. But the marriage equality movement still faces stiff resistance in Taiwanese society. William Yang reports.
In a landmark verdict, Hong Kong's top court has granted a spousal visa to a lesbian woman. This comes despite the fact that the Chinese territory currently does not recognize gay marriage or same-sex civil unions.
Germany has legalized same-sex marriage through a parliamentary vote. But in Angela Merkel’s CDU/CSU party in particular, many are criticizing the amendment as unconstitutional. How likely is it to end up in court?
Austria's top court has ruled that current laws are discriminatory and must be lifted by 2019. Same-sex couples have so far only been afforded "registered partnerships."
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