Tuesday, December 1, 2015

A majority of Japanese support gay marriage


A majority of Japanese support changing the country’s laws to allow same-sex unions, with the highest backing coming from younger respondents, according to a poll. 

Fifty-one percent of people polled by researchers from universities and the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research back such partnerships. 

Support exceeded 70 percent among respondents in their 20s and 30s, while 38 percent in their 60s and 24 percent in their 70s were in favor. 

This year, Tokyo’s Shibuya Ward became the country’s first local authority to recognize same-sex partnerships and this month started issuing “equivalency to marriage” certificates to gay couples.´´

It´s time Japan!


Over 3,000 people marched at 2015 Tokio Rainbow Pride Parade
making an appeal to legalize same-sex marriage in Japan



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