The International Journal of Chinese & Comparative Philosophy of Medicine, issue 16:2 (2018), is devoted to a discussion of the ethics and legality of gay marriage, especially as it pertains to Chinese societies and as it relates to Confucianism. All the articles of this on-line, Chinese-language (though with English abstracts) journal are freely available here, and many of them are also posted on the Confucian Web (儒家网) here (an article by Zhang Xianglong and responses thereto) and here (an article by Fang Xudong and responses thereto). I also paste the table of contents below.
Volume 16, Issue 2 (2018)
Introduction: The Issue of Same-sex Marriage: Supporting Ethical Discussion
Are Marriage and Family Life Merely Contractual Agreements Among Consenting Parties? Shifting Moral Foundations and Social Transformations
Mark J. Cherry
Transformation and Persistence: Responses to Shifting Perspectives on Marriage and Family
Chih Wei Hsieh
The Family in the Cultural War and Same-sex Marriage
Marriage and Family from the Perspective of a Relational Contract
Family and Social Justice
Liberalism and the Transformation of Marriage and Family: A Response to Professor Cherry
How Should Confucianism View the Legalization of Same-sex Marriage?
On Homosexuality and Same-sex Marriage
Rejecting the Institutionalization of Same-sex Marriage: A Response to Professor Zhang Xianglong
Kai Man Kwan
The Interaction of Yin and Yang is Called Dao: On Zhang Xianglong’s “How Should Confucianism View the Legalization of Same-sex Marriage?”
The Social Impacts of Legalizing Same-sex Marriage
Confucian Ideas and the Possibility of Same-sex Marriage: Our Attitude toward Traditions
Rights and Goods: On Same-sex Marriage
Confucianism or Confucian Liberalism?
Same-sex Marriage and Confucian Ethics: A Response to Professor Fang Xudong
The Issue of Legalizing Same-sex Marriage in China: Between Name and Reality
Confucianism and Same-Sex Marriage
Is Same-sex Marriage Compatible with Confucianism?