Path Selection of the Legalization for Same-Sex Marriage of China

Jichang ZHANG, Xiangrong FANG


With the gay movement rising in the world, the rights protection of Chinese homosexuals is more cause for concern, including Same-sex marriage problem has become a focus of the rights protection. As a way of life, gay marriage will inevitably impact on the traditional concept of marriage and family.


Same-sex marriage; Legalization; The legislative mode; Path choice

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