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.Only a small rainbow under the bar’s sign reveal that this is Bratislava’s only gay bar.
"KDH are losing votes so they needed to do something. People don’t care because they are already living in their relationships.The day after the voting, Amnesty issued a statement condemning the amendment for breaching international and European human rights law by discriminating on the ground of sexual orientation. Nothing’s changing," sighs Vladimira Hradecká, a documentary filmmaker."Maybe we are starting to be more proud in the LGBT community. Maybe that has changed."She has filmed and she is currently working on a documentary about gay Christians — the Roman Catholic Church of Slovakia is against homosexuality.In a letter that was read in all churches last winter, the Conference of Bishops of Slovakia (KBS) labeled gender equality ‘the culture of death’ and same-sex marriages as ‘sodomitic mockery'.Vladimira thinks the new constitution won’t affect her, but if she wants to start a family, maybe it will.
There are different relationships but they are not the same as a permanent union.