Such an outcome is a first in Asia, where socially conservative attitudes mostly hold sway.
Self-ruled Taiwan’s constitutional court ruled on Wednesday that same-sex couples can tie the knot under existing law.
It seems the objectification is hardly limited to dating websites, though, as comedy videos like "What kind of Asian are you? It goes the other way as well, with women of all races preferring white men, apart from black women who prefer black men.
Black men get low response rates when they contact other races.
He wants legal recognition of a four-year-long relationship so he can join his partner in the United States.
His partner, a ship captain, will move to New York for his job, but Tsai cannot follow as a spouse, unless Taiwan deems their union legal.