26 October, 2020

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Taiwan Couple In Same-Sex Buddhist Wedding

TAOYUAN, Taiwan (AFP) – Two women tied the knot on Saturday in Taiwan’s first same-sex Buddhist wedding, a move rights groups hope will help make the island become the first place in Asia to legalise gay marriage.

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    wonderful news. i wonder how these two ladies are going to increase the world’s shrinking buddhist population. however, sinhala buddhist monks don’t want any form of birth control for sinhala buddhists . they want the sinhala buddhist population to multiply to 60 million in order to match the tamil population across the water. i have no doubt monks have become part of this process. every bit helps.

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      Rama, Homosexuality existed even during Lord Buddha’s time as the subject had received Buddha’s attention according to chronicles. It is distasteful for the heterosuexuals but is a sure way to contain the Population Explotion. Afterall if Humanity can achieve zero births, is it not that all have gone to Nirvana?

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    How wonderful!
    It was about time people started evolving more and this is a huge step in equality and love!

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