These are external links and will open in a new window. Taiwan's parliament has become the first in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage following a vote on Friday. In , the island's constitutional court ruled that same-sex couples had the right to legally marry. Lawmakers debated three different bills to legalise same-sex unions and the government's bill, the most progressive of the three, was passed. Thousands of gay rights supporters gathered in the rain outside the parliament building in the capital, Taipei, to await the landmark ruling. The two other bills, submitted by conservative lawmakers, refer to partnerships as "same-sex family relationships" or "same-sex unions" rather than "marriages".
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From a lack of brides to economic efficiency, why too many men can mean trouble. There is an unsettling statistic that bodes ill for Asia: The region has roughly million more men than women, with the biggest gulfs seen in China and India. In some places, however, the imbalance skews the other way. In either case, the gender gap is causing problems, ranging from economic inefficiency to fewer marriages to more violent crime -- all of which makes it harder for Asia to keep its impressive growth on an even keel. Jhajjar looks much like any other rural area in India -- groups of people sitting together on dusty roadsides as cars and motorcycles pass by, rows of small shops and street stalls lining the central area.
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The numbers are in line with predictions from analysts who had said that first quarter growth of 6. Bright spots: There are signs that the Chinese government stimulus may be working. Initial statistics from June suggests that Q3 may be cheerier than Q2 with industrial production, retail sales and fixed-asset investment all performing better than expected. Output for crude steel and aluminium are also rising.
As of late, I have found myself feeling increasingly drawn back to my roots, history and how ancient Asian history, culture and societal values impact the lives of those living in the South Asian Diaspora. There's a collective reluctance to openly discuss South Asian women's bodies, welfare and aspects of womanhood that are all too often swept under the carpet or wholly ignored - which has devastating consequences on our self-esteem, self-confidence and emotional health. In conjunction with my current project, I realised that this unwillingness to talk about women's bodies in South Asian cultures has had a serious effect on the way that Asian men and women view things like sex, love, relationships, menstruation, body confidence, self-esteem etc. It's led me to think about the way that South Asian cultures, today, regard love, sex and desire. Whenever an explicit sex scene or if anyone kissed each other came on TV or unexpectedly in a film it would always be awkward - especially if an older relative was in the room.