This week includes stories about coffee shop porn, an update from Taiwan on marriage equality and multiple stories relating to World AIDS Day
A founder of the Taiwan-based smartphone maker HTC, Cher Wang, has been revealed as a supporter of anti-gay causes in Asia
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
Local activists have released a joint statement condemning the referendum, placing blame on local and foreign religious groups and the government
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
Despite a decision by Taiwan’s high court in favor of it, the nation has rejected gay marriage in its highly anticipated public referendum
Here we are, a year and a half since that momentous court decision, and the nation is no closer to gay marriage being the law of the land
Yet another Trump appointee is out as news of the resignation as United Nations ambassador makes the rounds
If you need a break from the noise, get out of Taipei and head down to gay Kaohsiung; this new-old city will take your breath away
A Thailand civil union bill will be introduced to the country’s parliament in late September, but will it beat Taiwan’s LGBTQ couples to the altar?
Though the delegation was told they could carry the Taiwan flag during the Gay Games, mainland China is exerting pressure to keep that from happening
With marriage equality coming soon to Taiwan, the pink economy is booming, but is the country ready to take full advantage of it?