Silent Changes: Transsexuals' Right to Marry in China's Mainland and Hong Kong
|出处/来源：||《中国法学前沿》（Frontiers of Law in China）2016年9月刊||文献语种：||英文|
In comparison to the arduous process of rights advocacy in Hong Kong, transsexuals in China’s mainland achieved their right to marry via some “silent changes”: there was no legal activism from transsexual communities, no debates or hearings in the legislature, and no landmark judgments made by the judiciary. From a perspective of comparative law, this article attempts to analyze the legal changes regarding transsexuals’ right to marry in China’s mainland in light of the struggles in Hong Kong. It endeavors to discuss to what extent the seemingly “smooth” and “unintended” way of opening up marriage to transsexuals in China’s mainland could be beneficial to trans rights and equality in general.
|文章标题||Silent Changes: Transsexuals' Right to Marry in China's Mainland and Hong Kong|
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