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Survey: Majority of Hong Kong people does not accept homosexuality More than seven out of 10 Hong Kong people regard homosexuality as unacceptable in society, according to a social survey released Tuesday. Fridae.com’s Hong Kong correspondent, Nigel Collett, discusses a disturbing survey report by the Hong Kong Women’s Commission. >>>
Fridae.com's Hong Kong correspondent, Nigel Collett meets Clifton Kwan, writer, producer and star of forthcoming Hong Kong show, It’s Oh So Queer. Clifton Kwan has adapted the title of her song for the name of his new show, It’s Oh So Queer, which will run at the Shau Kee School of Creativity
Multi Media Theatre between Feb 11 and 13. >>>
31/01/2011 | ILGA Communication Team Asia
| HONG KONG
Dialogue in the Dark and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are teaming up to create an innovative and experiential diversity and inclusion workshop that we believe will be fun, engaging, self reflective, and ultimately very effective. >>>
26/01/2011 | ILGA Communication Team Asia
| HONG KONG
With Mr Gay Hong Kong Heihei Yau as the ambassador for the ‘Tongzhi Tsai’ (Junior Tongzhi) campaign, the Boys and Girls Clubs Association (BGCA) and Tongzhi Community Joint Meeting (TCJM) are gearing up to address the issue of homophobic bullying and the use of ex-gay reparative therapy literature in schools. >>>
Two transgender professionals from the Philippines attending a conference in Hong Kong fell victim to the very discrimination they'd come to talk about - they were denied entry to bars in the city "because they were not women". >>>
Homosexuality among Indonesian domestic helpers abroad is a widespread phenomenon.
According to Muthi Hidayati, a coordinator at the Indonesian Migrant Workers Union, up to 20 percent of Indonesian females working in Hong Kong are lesbians.
She said that this was due to their peculiar conditions of living in the Chinese territory. >>>
In the biggest challenge yet to traditional Chinese values about sex in this city of 7 million people, a male-to-female transsexual is suing the government for the right to marry her male partner. Moreover, because the plaintiff makes such a compelling case, traditionalists find themselves on the legal defensive. >>>