The Hong Kong Pride Parade 2017 passes through Causeway Bay, on November 25. When homosexuality was decriminalised in 1991, the gay community was full of hope about a sexually inclusive future but, 27 years on, the lack of an anti-discrimination law still leaves those of alternative sexual orientations as targets of abuse. Photo: Edward Wong
The Hong Kong Pride Parade 2017 passes through Causeway Bay, on November 25. When homosexuality was decriminalised in 1991, the gay community was full of hope about a sexually inclusive future but, 27 years on, the lack of an anti-discrimination law still leaves those of alternative sexual orientations as targets of abuse. Photo: Edward Wong
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Anti-gay feelings still linger in Hong Kong, as hate speech on viral Facebook video revealed

The Hong Kong Pride Parade 2017 passes through Causeway Bay, on November 25. When homosexuality was decriminalised in 1991, the gay community was full of hope about a sexually inclusive future but, 27 years on, the lack of an anti-discrimination law still leaves those of alternative sexual orientations as targets of abuse. Photo: Edward Wong
The Hong Kong Pride Parade 2017 passes through Causeway Bay, on November 25. When homosexuality was decriminalised in 1991, the gay community was full of hope about a sexually inclusive future but, 27 years on, the lack of an anti-discrimination law still leaves those of alternative sexual orientations as targets of abuse. Photo: Edward Wong
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