Japan does not recognize same-sex marriages nationwide, but it has no law against people having sex with animals. It also does not ban sale or ownership of pornography that features animals and sexual acts. The same thing is for Cuba. The constitution of Cuba explicitly prohibits same-sex marriage or formal same-sex unions in the Caribbean state, but there is no mention of zoophilia in the constitution. We are not surprised to see Russia in the list of countries banning same-sex marriages, but having no law forbidding bestiality seems strange – Russian society condemns it even more than gay sex. Chile is another country which has not yet banned sex between humans and animals but a man and a man or a woman and a woman cannot marry each other, only enter a civil union. The same situation is fair for Hungary and Romania. The Philippines is one of the most LGBT-friendly countries in Asia, with a 2014 poll finding that 73 percent of Filipinos believe homosexuality should be accepted. As of 2018, there are no laws against bestiality in the Philippines. It is illegal to make or sell any pornography in the Philippines under a 2008 law, but ownership is not criminalised.