Grindr’s president came under fire after it was reported by Into, which is owned by Grindr, that he had called marriage “a holy matrimony between a man and a woman.”
The result has no direct legal bearing on a 2017 court ruling which gave legislators two years to amend laws to allow same-sex couples to marry, but advocates say the public opposition is a blow to the campaign.
“Let’s support our mates in Taiwan and celebrate the one year anniversary of marriage equality in Australia by seeing love win in Taiwan.”
The ceremony was capped off with a glitter bomb exploding on campus
In January, Taiwan elected a new president, Tsai Ing-wen — an academic who has repeatedly expressed her support for same-sex marriage. But where does the country stand in terms of LGBTI rights in general? Raymond Roca explains in this month’s Snapshot instalment.