Some of the first same-sex coL&=B0e#[email protected]^[email protected]&FgPHFuiUjPTgs1pb7CCuples to get married in Asia boarded Taiwan’s first same-sex wedding cruise last month, and it looks like they had a whale of a time.
They were joined by h[email protected]=B*)WWDqMfEguPVj-MXe00u^oILA#CCJULjHnUPWOpUq2J3undreds of LGBT partygoers keen to celebrate Taiwan’s landmark same-sex marriage law implemented earlier this year.
"Love is Love It's really joyful to have a romantic wedding on the seas” the pair w[email protected]*Ds41V*s*VOtoEJoXuIVauirote on Facebook.
Yuan and Lin also en@68inxG2*BceTvqaVUwtZG*cXg^dndj=mzEndm6jBGZyGqMfCfjoyed plenty of partying including performances by gogoboys and drag queens.
The Aquarius Star cruise also included bLs(0sNz1H_bhz6V!PNod)Q2nbPQhy+n7uYJleQvHf^=mxl36Y-eer yoga and screenings of LGBT movies specially-curated by GagaOOLala.
Operators Lions Travel also promised that from 2020 tTO7SZfGIvTV9PJwSdC1VK5FpGeP6R%[email protected]#B)u$+BZGa-2=2Twyhhey plan to introduce monthly LGBT cruises.
The cruise set sail days after more than 200,000 people took to the streets to celebrate Taiwan Pride. Organizers said it was the largest-ever RVZ^cplJX-CmRIJ#L6-Uex#[email protected]&2=Qm!k-=x!%L4i#aR&pride event in Asia.