Roy’s honeymoon: places to avoid

In Uncategorized on 03/06/2017 at 7:37 am

Taiwan’s top judges have ruled in favour of gay marriage, paving the way for it to become the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex unions.

The highest court ruled that current laws preventing members of the same sex from marrying violated their right to equality and were unconstitutional.

Now I know why Roy moved to Taiwan. He wanted to get married.

But when he goes for his honeymoon,

Two men have been caned 83 times each in the Indonesian province of Aceh after being caught having sex.

And even in the rest of Indonesia where, unlike S’pore and Achen, gay sex is not illegal, 141 men at a gay sauna were arrested in the capital, Jakarta, and similar arrests in the city of Surabaya were made, shrinking the space for Indonesian’s LGBT community.

And if he goes to South Korea, he should avoid sex with a soldier.

A South Korean military court has given an army captain a suspended six-month prison sentence for having sex with another male soldier.

Homosexuality is not a crime for civilians, but the South Korea’s military law bans homosexual activity by army personnel.

Human rights groups have accused the armed forces of conducting a “witch hunt” to root out homosexuality.

As for China, even though gay sex is not illegal, he could be sent for rehabilitation.


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