The legislation states: "a person will commit an offence if he discloses..."
Which means that as long as a woman does the doxxing then they've not broken the law.
Hong Kong’s Legislative Bureau has proposed amendments to local laws that strengthen penalties for doxxing, and empower its Privacy Commissioner to request content removal from platforms and legally enforce compliance. Doxxing became an issue in Hong Kong after the 2019 introduction of a law that would have made it easier for …
Dude, this is the internet. We can neither see your face, nor hear your inflection.
On the one hand, "assuming good intent" means that I should assume you are making a funny. OTOH, there has been a lot of wokeness pollution our discussions for the last few years.
Embed a joke signal or GTFO.
How, sending a "gun boat"?
The actual border between Lower Kowloon and the New Territories is Boundary Street. Short of building a wall (Think Berlin Wall) down it and cutting off over 50% of the people in HK, HM Government realized there was no way HK would work in that situation. There were enough problems with Chinese administered Kowloon City before it was demolished.
BTW, I live 250 metres south of Boundary Street.