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Transsexual marriage

Catholic Church behind the times

A group of Catholics holds a prayer in Hong Kong. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

The reaction of the Catholic Church to the Court of Final Appeal's decision to allow W, a transgender woman, to marry her partner was disappointingly predictable ("Church fears over same-sex marriage", May 20).

Monday, 27 May, 2013, 5:00am 1 comment

Letters to the Editor, May 25, 2013

Gordon McQueen in action for Seiko. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Greed culture undermining spirit of giving

I refer to the report ("China Red Cross donations in doubt after new figures show discrepancies", May 20).

It indicated that funds collected by the Red Cross Society of China to help with relief efforts following the Sichuan earthquake could not be accounted for.

25 May 2013 - 5:27am

Transsexual ruling poses no conflict

A transsexual woman, known in the Court of Final Appeal as "W" under anonymity rules, won a groundbreaking court appeal in Hong Kong allowing her to marry her boyfriend and forcing the government to re-write the city's marriage laws. In photo is Michael Vidler, "W"'s lawyer. Photo: AFP

I refer to Edward Choi's letter ("Ruling on transsexual raises issues about family and marriage", May 20).

24 May 2013 - 5:21am