台湾は世界的なプライドイベントのキャンセルを政治のせいにしている

(ロイター)金曜日の台湾のせい “政治的配慮” ワールドプライドの中止について 2025 主催者がその言葉を主張したと言った後、台湾 “台湾” 除去される.

Taiwan participates in global organizations like the Olympics asChinese Taipei,” to avoid political problems with China, which views the self-governing democratic island as its own territory and bristles at anything that suggests it is a separate country.
Taiwan’s southern city of Kaohsiung had been due to host WorldPride 2025 台湾, after winning the right from global LGBTQ rights group InterPride.
    Last year after an outcry in Taiwan, it dropped a reference to the island as aregion.
      But the Kaohsiung organizers said InterPride had recently “突然” asked them to change the name of the event to “高雄,” removing the wordTaiwan.
        After careful evaluation, it is believed that if the event continues, it may harm the interests of Taiwan and the Taiwan gay community. したがって、, it is decided to terminate the project before signing the contract,” said the Kaohsiung organizers.
        InterPride said in a statement they weresurprised to learnthe news and while they were disappointed, respected the decision.
          We were confident a compromise could have been reached with respect to the long-standing WorldPride tradition of using the host city name. We suggested using the name ‘WorldPride Kaohsiung, Taiwan’,” 追加しました.
          Taiwan’s Foreign Ministry said the event would have been the first WorldPride event to be held in East Asia.
          Taiwan deeply regrets that InterPride, due to political considerations, has unilaterally rejected the mutually agreed upon consensus and broken a relationship of cooperation and trust, leading to this outcome,” と言いました.
          Not only does the decision disrespect Taiwan’s rights and diligent efforts, it also harms Asia’s vast LGBTIQ+ community and runs counter to the progressive principles espoused by InterPride.
            Taiwan legalized same-sex marriage in 2019, in a first for Asia, and is proud of its reputation as a bastion of LGBTQ rights and liberalism.
            While same-sex relations are not illegal in China, same-sex marriage is, and the government has been cracking down depictions of LGBTQ people in the media and of the community’s use of social media.

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