Taiwan holds first LGBTQ Pride march in two years

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10/30/2022

The festivity was back in full swing on Saturday as marchers donned eye-catching costumes and draped themselves in rainbow flags. Tens of thousands braved downpours in Taiwan on Saturday to celebrate as the island staged its first LGBTQ Pride rally since fully reopening its border. Taiwan is at the vanguard of the burgeoning LGBTQ rights movement in Asia and became the first place in the region to legalise marriage equality in 2019.

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