LA Times: West Virginia to stop challenging same-sex marriage

Article by James Queally West Virginia’s attorney general said Thursday he will seek to end all litigation surrounding the state’s ban on same-sex marriage, effectively clearing a path for gay and lesbian couples to get married there. … “The American people clearly want equality to prevail, and the attorney general is making sure that’s what happens,” Gabriel
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Dallas Voice: Making lives easier for LGBT families

The new executive director of  Family Equality Council stops in Dallas for  fundraiser and calls his group the LGBT voice for families Gabriel Blau calls his work at Family Equality Council personal. In 2008, he and his husband adopted a child, making them one of the three million LGBT parents in this country. Six million
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Interview: Passionate Advocate for LGBT Families Emerges

By Paul Schindler in Gay City News For those who worry that the institutionalization of the LGBT rights movement, the community’s drive for equal marriage rights, and the desire by couples to raise children and protect their families inevitably diminish the exuberance and passion of gay life in earlier eras, the example of Gabriel Blau
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New York Gay Couples Head to Massachusetts With Marriage in Mind

Gabriel Blau and Dylan Stein will be heading to Amherst, Mass., in a matter of weeks to complete a marriage ceremony they started two years ago. At the couple’s Jewish wedding in a Hell’s Kitchen loft in 2006, they had a floral-embroidered chuppah, stomped on a glass in front of 175 friends and relatives, and
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