A battle for gay marriage

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After simmering at the state and federal level for a full decade, same-sex marriage is now very nearly a reality. Taiwan is home to one of Asia's largest and most vibrant gay communities. Voters in Taiwan have rejected same-sex marriage in a referendum, a setback to LGBT couples hoping their island will be the first country in Asia to let same-sex couples share child custody and insurance benefits. Members of a pro-gay Christian group assemble for the media before the start of a gay pride parade in Taipei on October 27, Why you shouldn't wear certain sunscreens.

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Because so much of the public debate about same-sex marriage revolves around the insistence that "children need a mother and a father," Abigail Garner's Families Like Mine:

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‘A great divide’: Inside the battle to stop same-sex marriage in Taiwan

Supreme Court faces the same question that Margaret Marshall faced a decade ago as Massachusetts' chief justice. Conservative groups have taken advantage of government deadlock to rally against the change, forcing the issue to a public vote, devastating LGBT couples and potentially plunging the administration of President Tsai Ing-wen into a constitutional crisis. In total, voters will be faced with 10 separate referendum questions on a variety of issues. One lawmaker from the president's Democratic Progressive Party told CNN any positive result "must pass" in the next legislative session, but a legal expert insisted it was "up to lawmakers" how they dealt with the result. On Saturday, three referendum questions on same-sex marriage will be put to Taiwanese voters when they head to the polls for local government elections -- two drafted by conservatives and one by LGBT activists.

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If it does approve same-sex marriage, it would become the first place in Asia to do so. It is viewed as an alternative to using the civil code. But the parliament couldn't agree on the legislation and became deadlocked. In MayTaiwan's Constitutional Court ruled that same-sex marriage was a constitutional right, giving legislators a two year deadline in which to enshrine it into law. Get up-to-the-minute news updates by following fox Earlier this year there was even the suggestion of a possible ban on same-sex relations in the country.

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