Nepal, on Wednesday, November 29, formally registered its first same-sex marriage, becoming the first country in South Asia to do so. 36-year-old trans-woman Ram Bahadur Gurung (Maya) and 26-year-old Surendra Pandey, who identifies as male, reportedly tied the knot at Dordi Rural Municipality of Lamjung district in Western Nepal. This comes five months after Nepal's Supreme Court legalised same-sex couple marriages in the country. The duo has been in a relationship for nine years. Same Sex Couple Give Birth to Baby They Both Carried in Spain.

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