Associated Press journalist Kaori Hitomi contributed to this report. According to an October, survey by the advertising agency Dentsu, more than 70 percent of the 6, respondents aged said they support legalizing same-sex marriage. In a society where pressure for conformity is strong, many gay people hide their sexuality, fearing prejudice at home, school or work. Aiba and Kozumi have held onto a marriage certificate they signed at their wedding party in , anticipating Japan would emulate other advanced nations and legalize same-sex unions. Some companies have adopted policies to extend employee benefits to their same-sex partners. Japanese same-sex couples sue for equal marital rights. The government has restarted moral education class at schools to teach children family values and good deeds. But transgender people are also hoping for such a change, which would eliminate the need for anyone to be sterilized just so they can get married. Japanese laws are currently interpreted as allowing marriage only between a man and a woman.
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