Thailand, which on Christmas Day became the first Southeast Asian country to legalize medical marijuana, now stands at the doorway of another potential historic first in the region — the legalization of same-sex partnerships. According to the survey from YouGov, an international Internet-based market research and data analytics firm, three in five Thais, or 63 percent of netizens surveyed, support same-sex civil partnerships. Just one in 10, or 11 percent, opposed the idea outright, while the remaining 26 percent preferred not to say. The data also revealed that women appear to support civil partnerships more than men, while those with higher incomes were more likely to support it than lower wage earners. You must be logged in as a Coconuts User to comment.
3 in 5 Thais support same-sex civil partnerships: survey
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J Med Assoc Thai ; 12 Objective: Empirical studies indicate that having multiple sex partners is an important risk factor for HIV infection. The present study investigates the extent and determinants of multiple sex partners and condom use among men in Thailand. Materials and Methods: Data used were from the National Sexual Behavior Study , a national representative sample from Thailand of 3, men age 18 to