The Issue of Legalizing Same-sex Marriage in China: Between Name and Reality
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in Chinese; abstract in English only.
Professor Fang argues that we should clearly distinguish rights and goods to deal with the issue of same-sex marriage. In my opinion, rights are like names, whereas goods are like reality. Fang’s view sounds like a middle-way position. However, a decision on whether Chinese homosexuals should obtain the name of marriage should also consider China’s actual social reality, without simply copying modern Western theories.
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