Taiwan Upholds Transgender Marriage In ‘Benchmark’ Ruling

In an incredible reversal of their official policy, Taiwan’s Ministry of the Interior agreed to validate the marriage of two transwomen, Abbygail Wu and her partner Jiyi Wu. Taiwan does not recognize same-sex marriage, so Jiyi registered as still being male, while Abbygail registered as female. However, action is planned for September to recognize same-sex marriage, provided legislators agree. I have no idea how that will fall out – Taiwan is a curious mix of conservatism and liberalism, so I think it’s impossible to predict.

Taiwan Upholds Transgender Marriage In ‘Benchmark’ Ruling After Couple Has License Revoked.

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