LGBTQ RIGHTS/Despite same-sex marriage law, parental rights still lacking

06/04/2022 01:57 PM
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The years-long legal effort by Chen and his partner Wang Chen-wei (王振圍) to adopt a daughter together had come to an end. Their case was the first in Taiwan in which both partners in a same-sex marriage were legally allowed to adopt a child to which neither was biologically related.

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