The Slovakia National Council voted June 4 to define marriage as the unique bond between one man and one woman in its Constitution. The amendment states, "it will be impossible for the rights and duties associated with marriage to be conferred in any way other than a legally recognised union between a man and a woman."
One hundred and two lawmakers supported the marriage amendment and 18 voted against it.
This should put to rest some of the silly claims that we've lost the marriage fight in the United States and abroad. Slovakia's newest Constitutional amendment is evidence of the support that marriage enjoys.
Croatian voters similarly protected the definition of marriage back in 2013.