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Taiwan Makes History With First Asian Gay Marriage Bill, Though Some Say It Falls Short

It’s the very first time a gay marriage bill has been introduced to an Asian parliament, but some say it still falls short

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These 7 Well-Kept Secrets Will Make Your Next Trip to Taiwan Extra Special

Are you looking for your next vacation spot? Our Taiwan travel guide reveals seven local secrets to having an authentic experience

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Business
The Founder of Asia’s ‘Gay Netflix’ Has Been Named One of the Top Innovators of 2019

Four Asian innovators made the list, including Jay Lin, an LGBTQ rights activist from Taiwan and founder of GagaOOLala

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Thailand Is a Step Closer to Civil Unions for Gays, But Some Say That’s a Step Backwards

The legislature is a step closer to enacting Thai civil unions, but many LGBT activists want gay marriage or nothing at all

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Despite Marriage Equality on Track in Taiwan, LGBTQ Liberation Still Has a Long Way to Go in Asia

Taiwan is still on track to welcome marriage equality, but will Thailand beat it to become the first Asian country with same-sex unions?

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Culture
Don’t Be Dumb at Brunch: Starbucks Gets Squeaky Clean, Gay Marriage Still Coming to Taiwan

This week includes stories about coffee shop porn, an update from Taiwan on marriage equality and multiple stories relating to World AIDS Day

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Business
The CEO of Smartphone Maker HTC Has Been Busted for Two-Faced Anti-Gay Behavior

A founder of the Taiwan-based smartphone maker HTC, Cher Wang, has been revealed as a supporter of anti-gay causes in Asia

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The Daily Sting, Thursday: Taiwan Will Still Get Gay Marriage, Starbucks to Block Pornography

Among today’s top gay headlines are a Starbucks porn block planned across all coffee shops, and Australia’s approval of self-test HIV kits

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Taiwan NGOs Condemn Referendum, Blame Religious Groups and ‘Incompetent’ Government

Local activists have released a joint statement condemning the referendum, placing blame on local and foreign religious groups and the government

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Don’t Be Dumb at Brunch: Adam Rippon Retires, International Gay Marriage Update

This week’s stories from around the world involve a rugby team fighting for a gay teammate, Adam Rippon retires and a message for the red bucket

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