Taiwan is the only Asian country to formally recognize gay marriage, I believe.
Wow, I did not expect that. Overall, do they really treat LGBT equal or is it just on paper? I mean if a LGBT person needs help, do they have to jump through a lot of hoops to get it?
People are can have same-sex marriage. But they are not protected by law, and they are not allow as a marriage couple by the goverment, either :(
This is in Vietnamese:
This sentence lacks verisimilitude. It's highly unlikely you'd ever hear this uttered from a Vietnamese native. Gay men are reffered to as Em. I know my girlfriend in Hanoi is a hairdresser. She works with many nice gay men. Tell me if I'm wrong. Let's please use phrases that are relevant and intuitive.
Great that we're all impressed but I just think from the way my wife confuses pronouns that its just some translational mistake
Holy crap. This is EXACTLY the discussion I hoped to see when I clicked on this question. Thanks, everybody. That's a heck of a lot of cultural insight from one six-word sentence.
I is even more shook. I didn't expect DuoLingo to do something like this, even after the whole "The fish bites the mug" thing (Nothing against the LGBT communtiy)