Three Guys Went Viral after Marrying Each Other, All Their Families Support the Union

These days, quite a number of places already accept gay marriage as a formal, legal arrangement. But there are still many places where it is taboo to even talk about such a situation.

In Thailand, gay marriage is not yet legally accepted but there is a growing number of civil partnerships between two people of the same gender. It is even generally tolerated in urban areas such as Phuket, Bangkok, and Pattaya.

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But three guys went viral after marrying each other, with all their families present to support the union! It is rare to have three people in one marriage – and netizens found it surprising that their respective families were also supportive of their unique arrangement.

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James Chandmthong, 30-year-old dietician, and Noah Amsapchan, 22-year-old dancer, have been in a relationship for seven years when they met 24-year-old Nong Toei Buutawat, also a dancer. Both of them fell in love with Nong but did not want to break up. So, they decided to welcome Nong into their relationship.

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The throuple got along so well that in December 2020, they decided to tie the knot in a marriage ceremony blessed by Buddhist monks and their respective families. The ceremony was held at their hometown in Chanthaburi Province, Thailand.

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The best part of the relationship is that their parents approved of the unique arrangement and were present at the ceremony. These guys’ parents gave their blessing at the ceremony and hoped that they would live a normal life like conventional families.

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Though the union is unique, this is not the first time that three people got married to each other. It won’t be the last, either. What’s important is that they love each other that their families welcome their union.