Any religious group is at liberty to be against same-sex marriage, just as LGBT couples in Hong Kong that wish to get married should be at liberty to do so. Photo: Shutterstock Any religious group is at liberty to be against same-sex marriage, just as LGBT couples in Hong Kong that wish to get married should be at liberty to do so. Photo: Shutterstock
Any religious group is at liberty to be against same-sex marriage, just as LGBT couples in Hong Kong that wish to get married should be at liberty to do so. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | Don’t conflate Hong Kong same-sex marriage rights with views on religion or adoption

  • Same-sex marriage does not automatically impact child adoption rights. And the religious faithful can continue to practise their beliefs – but must not impose them on others

Topic |   LGBT
Any religious group is at liberty to be against same-sex marriage, just as LGBT couples in Hong Kong that wish to get married should be at liberty to do so. Photo: Shutterstock Any religious group is at liberty to be against same-sex marriage, just as LGBT couples in Hong Kong that wish to get married should be at liberty to do so. Photo: Shutterstock
Any religious group is at liberty to be against same-sex marriage, just as LGBT couples in Hong Kong that wish to get married should be at liberty to do so. Photo: Shutterstock
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