MK, a queer woman, filed a complaint to open civil unions to same-sex couples in Hong Kong.
Great news! A study shows that more than half of Hong Kong's residents support marriage equality.
A priest of the Hong Kong's Roman Catholic Cathedral gave permission for anti-gay speech from within his church.
The Hong Kong lesbian organization "Les Peches" would like a warning is indicated on the books available in public libraries.
Hong Kong has launched a public consultation on whether there should be an anti-discrimination law to protect same-sex unmarried couples.
It is from now on possible to the British nationals and their partners to get married in the consulates of more than 20 countries of which Russia and Australia.
According to a new report, a majority of Hong Kongers supports LGBTQ rights.
We continue our world tour of the news of these last days, too many to be covered one by one. Today, we interest in the Asia, Africa and Oceania zone.
In Hong Kong, a psychiatrist has just been engaged to "re-wire" homosexuals as a trainer for its social welfare staff.
From March 19, lawmakers in Hong Kong will start to discuss a law which would allow a gender recognition without undergoing reassignment surgery and which would also allow marriage for transgender people.