Dating a slovak man
There are different relationships but they are not the same as a permanent union.Things which are the same, should be treated the same and things which are different, should be treated differently," he says.If you want to be together, you don’t need marriage. But love doesn’t need a paper." On the bar stand small glass bowls filled to the brim with peanuts.There is a small rainbow-patterned table cloth with a small purple heart sewn onto it – a makeshift solution to a cigarette burn.The amendment is not the only case where the family has become an ideological battleground in Slovakia.
And if civil unions are some day passed in parliament now, he thinks the issue might first have to go through the constitutional court.He is noticeably proud that his party managed to achieve a constitutional change with only 13 seats in parliament."Some think this proposal discriminates LGBT people but I reject this. Sexual orientation can’t be a prerequisite for extra rights.He was surprised by the amendment because, though KDH have proposed it before, they never had the support of SMER – until now.He thinks SMER used the marriage amendment to get support for their judicial reforms. The European Parliament’s Intergroup on LGBT rights accused SMER for working ‘with arch-conservatives to populist ends’ and ‘trampling the very values they claim to defend’.