On May 17, 2019, it was raining heavily and the rainbow flag was flying outside the Legislative Yuan. Taiwan made history by passing the Interpretation and Implementation Law of the Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 748, commonly known as the same-sex marriage law, becoming the first in Asia. Countries where same-sex marriage is legal. More than 40,000 supporters at the scene burst into tears. However, the same-sex marriage law excludes the right to joint adoption by same-sex couples, and gay couples who are still awaiting adoption judgments have mixed feelings.
The same-marriage law allows comrades company banner design to register for marriage, but is restricted by legal provisions, and comrades may also face the dilemma of choosing between children and spouses when adopting children. Because the civil law stipulates that couples must jointly adopt children, and the same-marriage law does not allow gay spouses to jointly adopt unrelated children, gay spouses who want to adopt children must first divorce before one party can adopt them. But even after adoption, the partner and child are legally only strangers. In such a predicament, Weiwei Miaomiao and Yiru Yiling, two gay parents, were particularly impressed.
Yiru said, "Everyone is very happy (the special law is passed), but for us, it will be a big news, because once the special law is passed, then we will only be single, but not married, because Once married, you cannot jointly adopt a child.” Miao Miao also said: "The special gay marriage law was passed, and social workers suddenly had opinions on our marriage. Under the ambiguous situation of the 748 law, they were worried that if we got married, it would affect the procedure for the transfer of parental rights that we adopted."