Posts Tagged ‘marriage’

Voting for equality in love and the law

Voting for equality in love and the law

Then presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen’s public support for same-sex marriage last year turned it into an election issue in the recent polls. Tsai has since been elected as the island’s first woman president but as Varsity learns, resistance and inertia still hinders progress towards marriage equality legislation.

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We are Family

We are Family

Some young Hongkongers have drastically different ideas of what a family is, compared to their parents — from open relationships and having children to treating their friends as family. A Varsity survey finds Hong Kong’s political woes have put some youngsters off from having children.

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Make Up or Break Up

Make Up or Break Up

A marriage may be between two people, but when it hits the rocks, it can affect more than just the couple involved – especially when there are children. Marriage counsellors can help couples to resolve their differences or at least their hostilities for the benefit of all parties. But as Varsity learns, services are hampered by cultural barriers and a lack of support.

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