The series is published on You Tube as Vietnamese broadcasters were reluctant to air the episodes.
In June 2013, the Ministry of Justice submitted a bill that would remove the ban on same-sex marriage, enacted in 1992, from the Marriage and Family Law and provided some rights for cohabiting same-sex couples.
On 1 January 2015, the 2014 Law on Marriage and Family officially went into effect.
It states that while Vietnam allows same-sex weddings, it will not offer legal recognition or protection to unions between people of the same sex.
Despite the limitation, the Vietnamese LGBT community are optimistic that this latest legislation is an important stepping stone.
Its successful economic reforms resulted in its joining the World Trade Organization in 2007.
It is also a member of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation and the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie.
Conflict between the two sides intensified in what is known as the Vietnam War, with heavy intervention by the United States on the side of South Vietnam from 1965 to 1973.
The war ended with a North Vietnamese victory in 1975.
Jamie Gillen, a National University of Singapore sociology researcher also states that Vietnam's relaxation of stance contrasts with Vietnam's neighbors such as Singapore. On November 24, 2015, Vietnam passed a landmark law by a vote of 282-84, enshrining rights for transgender people in a move advocacy groups say paves the way for sex reassignment surgery.
Such operations were previously illegal, forcing people to travel to nearby Thailand for the surgery.
Reports of discrimination against LGBT people are not uncommon, however, with about 20% of LGBT people reported being beaten by family members when coming out.