In September 2013, the Bangkok Post reported that an attempt in 2011 by Natee Teerarojjanapong, president of the Gay Political Group of Thailand, to register a marriage certificate with his male partner had been rejected. By 2014, the civil partnership bill had bipartisan support, but was stalled due to political unrest in the country.
Gay Marriage in Thailand. 2012 was an interesting year in Thailand as it was the first time that a couple after a traditional wedding ceremony tried to register their same-sex marriage in Thailand. The Thai government turned down the marriage registration as it did not conform to the Thai .
Gay marriages are not permitted so Thai marriage registration is not possible, not even in any Asian country as yet however Thailand and Vietnam are moving in this direction. In 2013 the Thai government was looking at legalising same-sex unions or gay marriages in the Kingdom. The laws have not been written as yet however there is a proposition moving through the Thai parliament in this regard.
Same-Sex Marriage (also known as gay wedding) is marriage between two people of the same biological sex and/or gender identity.Legal recognition of same-sex marriage or the possibility to perform a same-sex marriage is sometimes referred to as marriage equality or equal marriage, particularly by supporters.The legalization of same-sex marriage is characterized as "redefining marriage" by many.
It is quite common in Thailand for a couple to have a marriage ceremony (customary or religious), but never actually register a marriage in Thailand with the local Amphur office (District Office). Therefore, as a practical matter Thai same sex couples can maintain a domestic relationship in a manner similar to different sex couples who choose.