Three gay men in Thailand have married together in what is believed to be the world’s first three-person same-sex marriage.
Jock, 29, Bell, 21, and Art, 26, after their wedding. They are believed to be the world’s first three-person same-sex marriage.
On Valentine’s Day, February 14, at a fairytale wedding in Uthai Thani, 29-year-old Jock, 21-year-old Bell and 26-year-old Art exchanged vows, becoming the world’s first trio People Gay Marriage Combination. Their wedding photos were frantically reposted on the Internet, causing quite a stir.
On the day of the wedding, the three men, all in suits and leather shoes, walked down the red carpet together and exchanged rings. They said it was the happiest day of their lives.
Bell said: “I think we may be the first three-person same-sex marriage in the world. Some people may not agree with our marriage, or may be shocked by our decision, but we believe that many people can understand and accept it. Our choice. After all, love is love.”
Although Thai law does not allow same-sex marriage, Buddhism opened the door for them, and the three could complete this symbolic wedding in accordance with Buddhist regulations.
Gay unions are illegal in Thailand, so lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people can face all sorts of allegations against their sexual freedom, and same-sex couples are often Roll eyes.
However, in Thailand, a relatively inclusive country, many religious organizations have expressed their support for civil same-sex marriage, and LGBT have more rights than before.