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Hong Kong: Survey finds 3 in 4 support more civil rights for gay people

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  1. Colin (Queenstown/London) 5 Jan 2014, 7:05pm

    This to me is very encouraging. In a society that is quite conservative it is good to see that basic human rights are considered fair. Yes we must work to ensure full human rights but it will take time. Also as gay people are ‘out’ this will change almost everyone’s attitude at some point. The rise of gay families etc.

    However we must be wary of the god sellers. I can sort of understand a historic perspective but see people who need religion as sort of second class!!!!!!!….lol to be treated with pity…lol.

    The world is changing and we are simply passing through so make the most of this life and experience it fully. The world is incredible as are most people.

    I hope these findings are turned into legislation very soon.