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Thailand becomes first South-East Asian country to legalise same sex marriage

  • Thailand's senate has voted to legalize same-sex marriage, potentially making it the first Southeast Asian country to recognize marriage equality.
  • The legislation, expected to be approved by the upper house and then the King, grants full rights to marriage partners of any gender, with weddings possible within 120 days.
  • Thailand will be the third Asian country, following Taiwan and Nepal, to allow same-sex marriage, highlighting its role in promoting human rights and gender equality in the region.
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