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Tough barriers still exist for transgender people to marry in Hong Kong

Tough barriers still exist for transgender people to marry in Hong Kong

2014-04-09
Hong Kong’s transgender men and women will soon have the right to marry, thanks to the Court of Final Appeal’s ruling in the Ms W case, but barriers still exist. This article was originally published in China Daily on 9th April.
Hong Kong's bill on transgender marriage is inhumane

Hong Kong's bill on transgender marriage is inhumane

2014-03-11
Nigel Collett, Fridae's Hong Kong correspondent, comments on the government's ruling on the marriage of Ms W, a male to female transgender person and the recently published Marriage (Amendment) Bill 2014. This article originally appeared in China Daily on March 10 2014. 
I Am A Criminal

I Am A Criminal

2014-03-05
For some, being gay is full of excitement, parties and unapologetic love. but one often forgets that depending on your location or your social background, your sexuality, true essence of your identity, could get you bullied, fired or even killed. .
Southern Television Has Infringed Privacy and Insulted Gay People

Southern Television Has Infringed Privacy and Insulted Gay People

2014-01-16
A TV program of Southern Television (whose name in Chinese is 城事特搜) has reported on LGBT issues for the last three consecutive nights, causing great dissatisfaction in the gay community. 
Two approaches to end discrimination against LGBT

Two approaches to end discrimination against LGBT

2013-12-22
How hard should you lobby for equality and how quickly should you expect attitudes to change? Two of Hong Kong's most important advocates of equality for LGBT people, York Chow Yat-ngok and Professor Fanny Cheung Miu-ching, have differing approaches. Fridae's Hong Kong correspondent Nigel Collett reports.
Is it possible to set up a Gay NGO in China? It would seem not.

Is it possible to set up a Gay NGO in China? It would seem not.

2013-12-19
Ah Qiang, director of PFLAG China, discusses the obstacles in registering a gay organisation as a NGO and how that plays into the wider issues facing LGBT people in China. For more, read his blog http://www.weibo.com/aqiang
Ah Qiang | It's a hard journey to love and acceptance

Ah Qiang | It's a hard journey to love and acceptance

2013-12-13
Ah Qiang is head of PFLAG China in Guangzhou and a keen LGBT activist. Here, he discusses some of the issues facing LGBT people coming out in China. For more of Ah Qiang's writing visit his blog here: http://blog.sina.com.cn/aqiang
Has the Hong Kong government hamstrung its new anti-discrimination body?

Has the Hong Kong government hamstrung its new anti-discrimination body?

2013-10-11
Not only does the body include two members who are firmly opposed to anti-discrimination legisation for LGBTs, much of its second meeting was dominated by Christian groups who told the panel that same-sex relationships are a sin and that they would be deprived of their right to discriminate should any anti-discrimination legislation be enacted. Nigel Collett reports.
Sexual minority rights in HK obstructed by Christian churches

Sexual minority rights in HK obstructed by Christian churches

2013-10-04
The Hong Kong government is said to have conducted its own surveys in 2012, which found that a majority of respondents support having a law against discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation, though the results of the survey remain a secret. Fridae's Hong Kong correspondent Nigel Collett outlines what's stopping the government from implementing anti-discrimination laws to protect LGBTs.
Why Delhi Pride's decision of having

Why Delhi Pride's decision of having "no sponsors" is a good thing

2013-09-18
As gay pride parades in Asia and around the world become increasingly mainstream and attract corporate sponsorship, community members often disagree on what sort of image the events should present to the public. Aditya Bondyopadhyay, a gay rights activist and member of the Delhi Pride Committee, says recent events in the US have affirmed his group's decision to not take on corporate sponsors.

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