via BBC 29/05/2019
When Taiwan became the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex unions, hundreds of gay people marked the occasion by registering to marry.
It marked a significant change on the island, where the majority of people only relatively recently became supportive of same-sex relationships.
In many other places there has also been a shift – often a rapid one – towards more liberal attitudes. But these changes do not always mean full equality.