Tommy Chen, the founder of Rainbow Action, at the High Court in Admiralty on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong Tommy Chen, the founder of Rainbow Action, at the High Court in Admiralty on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong
Tommy Chen, the founder of Rainbow Action, at the High Court in Admiralty on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong courts

Victory for Hong Kong’s LGBT community as High Court abolishes four offences that criminalise sex between men

  • Court rules in favour of Yeung Chu-wing, a gay activist who brought the lawsuit in 2017
  • Offences overturned or revised made gay men criminally liable for acts that are legal for heterosexuals

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Tommy Chen, the founder of Rainbow Action, at the High Court in Admiralty on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong Tommy Chen, the founder of Rainbow Action, at the High Court in Admiralty on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong
Tommy Chen, the founder of Rainbow Action, at the High Court in Admiralty on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong
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