"I didn't feel trapped in the wrong body, but mismatched - my inner self was somehow mismatched with my outer body," says Kaspar Wan as he happily poses for photos in a park near his home.Tuesday, 25 June, 2013, 9:32am
Last month marked an important moment in Hong Kong's human rights history: a transsexual woman won her appeal at the Court of Final Appeal. I welcome such a brave decision and look forward to more liberal decisions in future.16 Jun 2013 - 2:25am
Your editorial refers to the Court of Final Appeal's verdict that Hong Kong's marriage laws are unconstitutional, because they bar transsexuals from marrying. Before offending a majority or a minority, this legal decision offends human nature itself, a human nature shared by the majority and minorities.22 May 2013 - 2:53am 1 comment
On transsexual in Hong Kong being granted right to get married:
Michael Anthony Phillips - The oh-so-religious, who have very little concept of human rights in an instance like this, will have a field day with this one!
Mike Brooks - Now we just need breakthroughs on pollution, housing, education, arts, alfresco dining, heritage, etc.15 May 2013 - 3:06am
Hong Kong has made a small but welcome step in protecting the rights of sexual minorities. In a landmark ruling yesterday, the city's top court ruled in favour of a man-to-woman transexual who was banned from marrying her boyfriend by the government. While the case is not about same-sex marriage, it does raise a valid question.14 May 2013 - 2:57am
The only doctor who can carry out sex-change operations in Hong Kong public hospitals is due to retire in two years, triggering concern that patients who want life-altering surgery may be left in limbo.14 Apr 2013 - 6:02am 1 comment
Transsexuals in Hong Kong are now seeking gender-changing surgery at a much earlier age than two decades ago, and those coming forward are more likely to be women seeking to become men.6 Jan 2013 - 4:06am 1 comment
Legislation banning prejudice against sexual minorities should not neglect the unique needs of transsexuals, activists say.
There has been a growing clamour this year for a law banning discrimination based on sexual orientation. It reached a peak when lawmakers voted down a motion last month, calling for public consultation on the issue.30 Dec 2012 - 4:55am 1 comment
Mimi Wong, 58, is a transsexual who has been lobbying for a sexual minorities law that would include transgender people. Born male, Wong was once married to a woman and has a son; now she is unemployed, after working in IT for a major bank in Hong Kong for 30 years.5 Dec 2012 - 3:05pm 1 comment