Sapporo becomes largest city in Japan to recognise same-sex couples

Sapporo has become the largest city in Japan to recognise same-sex couples. The city, which has a population of over two million, has today begun offering certificates called ‘partnership vows’ to allow same-sex couples over the age of 20 to get legal …
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