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The Constitutional Court heard a case brought by gay rights activist Chi Chia-wei (whose attempt at registering a marriage with his partner in 2013 was rejected) and the Taipei City government's Department of Civil Affairs.

Both requested a constitutional interpretation on the issue and asked the court to focus on whether Taiwan's Civil Code should allow same-sex marriage and if not, whether that violates articles under the Constitution of the Republic of China pertaining to equality and the freedom to marry.

But the country still has its challenges and Xiao is determined to break the stereotypes. Gay Taiwan announcement was held during Taipei Pride back in October, in front of more than 82,000 people.

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Touya Xiao hopes to break stereotypes in Taiwan from traditional people to acknowledge that the LGBTIQ people are human too and deserve equal rights.

Yu Mei-nu of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), has expressed support for the amendment as have more than 20 other DPP lawmakers as well as two from the Taiwan Solidarity Union and one each from the Kuomintang and the People First Party.

Taiwan would become the first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage if the Civil Code is amended.

The Court further stipulated that should the Legislative Yuan fail to amend or enact laws legalizing same-sex marriage within two years, same-sex couples will be able to marry by going through current marriage registration processes at any household registration office.

In May 2015, the special municipality of Kaohsiung announced a plan to allow same-sex couples to mark their partners in civil documents for reference purposes, although it would not be applicable to the healthcare sector; Taiwan LGBT Rights Advocacy, an NGO, criticized the plan as merely a measure to "make fun of" the community without having any substantive effect.

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