The animosity between the Equality Bees and the Family Guardian Coalition has worsened since the passing of the marriage equality bill. The supporters of the bill cannot accept the opposers’ views, and the latter seem unwilling to respect LGBT rights. As the struggle continues, the cause is starting to take a toll on everyone’s life and morals. We interview representatives from both sides.
There are men who have jumped out of their gender boundaries and embraced “drag” in Taiwan. But every drag queen sees this art differently: some are proud of being drag queens, some see drag shows as a profession and, then, there is a group of youngsters who do not want to be categorized. They just want to get rid of all definitions, put on makeup and become the shiniest dancer on the stage.
Our hosts interview members of Hand Angels, a group that services the sexual needs of disabled people, to understand their reasons and their goals. They also meet with one person who has experienced their services. The gratitude in his words hints his frustration regarding this basic but neglected need. “Hand Angels” are true pioneers in a very controversial area.
Whether it is a gay or straight family, people go to great lengths to achieve their dream home. The appearance of surrogacy supposed a turning point for gay couples. However, the controversial figure of the surrogate is still illegal in Taiwan and most part of Asia.
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