A group of politicians are hoping to make Taiwan the first Asian country to introduce same-sex marriage.
The country is one of the most progressive in Asia on LGBT rights, providing some LGBT rights protections and allowing some limited recognition of same-sex relationships.
Taiwanese lawmakers are hoping to push further on equality issues this week, with politicians from the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) filing a bill that would legalise same-sex weddings.
The bill would change the definition of marriage to specify it is between two people, rather than between a “man and woman.
The country’s President, Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party, previously expressed support for equal marriage.
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