Marchers take part in the Hong Kong gay pride parade in November 2012. The lack of legal protection means members of Hong Kong’s LGBT community do not enjoy the same civil rights as their heterosexual peers. Photo: EPA Marchers take part in the Hong Kong gay pride parade in November 2012. The lack of legal protection means members of Hong Kong’s LGBT community do not enjoy the same civil rights as their heterosexual peers. Photo: EPA
Marchers take part in the Hong Kong gay pride parade in November 2012. The lack of legal protection means members of Hong Kong’s LGBT community do not enjoy the same civil rights as their heterosexual peers. Photo: EPA
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Hong Kong’s failure to safeguard LGBT rights shames its equal society

Topic |   LGBT
Marchers take part in the Hong Kong gay pride parade in November 2012. The lack of legal protection means members of Hong Kong’s LGBT community do not enjoy the same civil rights as their heterosexual peers. Photo: EPA Marchers take part in the Hong Kong gay pride parade in November 2012. The lack of legal protection means members of Hong Kong’s LGBT community do not enjoy the same civil rights as their heterosexual peers. Photo: EPA
Marchers take part in the Hong Kong gay pride parade in November 2012. The lack of legal protection means members of Hong Kong’s LGBT community do not enjoy the same civil rights as their heterosexual peers. Photo: EPA
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