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Reporters crowd around a speakerphone as they listen to a transgender woman on it after she won a legal ruling at Hong Kong’s top court allowing her to marry, in Hong Kong Monday, May, 13, 2013. Hong Kong's top court granted the transgender woman, identified only as W, the right to marry her boyfriend Monday in a watershed ruling that falls short of allowing same-sex marriage. The surprise decision only covers the right of a transgender person who was born male to marry a man, and for one who was born female to marry a woman. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

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Reporters crowd around a speakerphone as they listen to a transgender woman on it after she won a legal ruling at Hong Kong’s top court allowing her to marry, in Hong Kong Monday, May, 13, 2013. Hong Kong's top court granted the transgender woman, identified only as W, the right to marry her boyfriend Monday in a watershed ruling that falls short of allowing same-sex marriage. The surprise decision only covers the right of a transgender person who was born male to marry a man, and for one who was born female to marry a woman. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Reporters crowd around a speakerphone as they listen to a transgender woman on it after she won a legal ruling at Hong Kong’s top court allowing her to marry, in Hong Kong Monday, May, 13, 2013. Hong Kong's top court granted the transgender woman, identified only as W, the right to marry her boyfriend Monday in a watershed ruling that falls short of allowing same-sex marriage. The surprise decision only covers the right of a transgender person who was born male to marry a man, and for one who was born female to marry a woman. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
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