Pro-Marriage Constitutional Amendment:
Section 1. Marriage in the United States and in any State shall consist only of the union of one man and one woman.
Section 2. Individuals greater than eighteen years of age may marry of their own consent. Individuals greater than sixteen years of age and less than eighteen years of age may marry with their own consent and the consent of at least one parent or legal guardian. Individuals less than sixteen years of age shall not marry.
Section 3. Marital status, and the legal benefits, protections, responsibilities, and other incidents thereof, shall not be conferred upon any other individuals, couples, or groups. Civil unions and domestic partnerships, other than marriage, shall not be legal, valid, or recognized in the United States and in any State.
Section 4. Congress shall have the power, by appropriate legislation, to promote and protect marriage and the natural procreation of children within marriage, to discourage and limit divorce, to discourage and limit remarriage after divorce, to discourage, limit, or outlaw adultery, and to discourage, limit, or outlaw any artificial means of procreation.
Section 5. All other articles of this Constitution, and of any law in the United States, and of any constitution or law in any State, shall not withstand the provisions of this article.
Section 6. All judgments, decisions, rulings, and orders of any kind whatsoever, by any court of law in the United States and in any State, shall not withstand the provisions of this article.
Section 7. The Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.
Section 8. This amendment shall take effect one year after the date of ratification.