Member of Rainbow Action Jimmy Sham Tsz-kit outside the High Court in Admiralty, where he appeared for a case concerning Hong Kong recognising overseas gay marriages. Photo: Felix Wong Member of Rainbow Action Jimmy Sham Tsz-kit outside the High Court in Admiralty, where he appeared for a case concerning Hong Kong recognising overseas gay marriages. Photo: Felix Wong
Member of Rainbow Action Jimmy Sham Tsz-kit outside the High Court in Admiralty, where he appeared for a case concerning Hong Kong recognising overseas gay marriages. Photo: Felix Wong
SCMP Editorial
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Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Resistance to gay rights hurts Hong Kong

  • It is not up to the courts to make social policy, and the government needs to amend laws to ensure the city does not lose valuable talent merely on the grounds of sexual orientation

Member of Rainbow Action Jimmy Sham Tsz-kit outside the High Court in Admiralty, where he appeared for a case concerning Hong Kong recognising overseas gay marriages. Photo: Felix Wong Member of Rainbow Action Jimmy Sham Tsz-kit outside the High Court in Admiralty, where he appeared for a case concerning Hong Kong recognising overseas gay marriages. Photo: Felix Wong
Member of Rainbow Action Jimmy Sham Tsz-kit outside the High Court in Admiralty, where he appeared for a case concerning Hong Kong recognising overseas gay marriages. Photo: Felix Wong
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