Where same-sex marriage is legal around the world

Thailand will become the first Southeast Asian nation to legalize same-sex marriage, joining a list of more than 30 countries and territories globally.

Greece also established marriage equality earlier this year, becoming the first Orthodox Christian country to do so.

Here is where same-sex marriage is legal:

While Mexico does not have a national law allowing same-sex marriage, more than half of its states regulate, allow and recognize it.

Since 2001, when the Netherlands became the first country to legalize same-sex marriage, there have been ramped-up efforts worldwide to pass similar legislation. Taiwan, for instance, became the first place in Asia to make same-sex marriage a reality in 2019.

Marriage equality is still, however, largely limited to countries in the Americas, Europe and Oceania.

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