Sequel to "The Wedding Present." Brian continues to explore his evolving relationship with his biological father and grandparents as Fin O'Connor prepares his run for governor with his own partner by his side. *THIS STORY IS NOW COMPLETE*
Justin’s mom died on his eleventh birthday. His dad, Craig married Debbie and he moved to Debbie’s house in New York. He and his stepbrother Michael didn’t go along. One day he met a young singer Brian Kinney and fell in love with the handsome brunet, only to get hurt over and over.
Begins 2 years after 513. Justin has moved back to the Pittsburgh area, and he and Brian are established partners. Life is full of changes. There will be multiple chapters and additional characters. Banner by Marny
Post 5-13. Justin decides what to do with his life after his art show. He's miserable in New York without Brian...I know it's been done before, but I have a million ideas, and need to get some of them out!
The Future of QAF after Season Five:Justin realized at once he didn't want to be in New York and soon calls Brian. The owner of Kinnetik was on the verge of a nervous breakdown with problems at work and Justin's timing couldn't have been better. Gus needs them too. Here's the continuation of the greatest love story ever told on TV. In time they and their friends take on the Holy Bible used against gays in the world. Banner by Pannkakan/Nickie.
Loose adaption of the movie - Justin and Brian are living separate lives in different cities, raising one twin alone; what happens when their two daughters meet unexpectedly as pre-teens? **STORY IS NOW COMPLETE!**
This story is the sequel to,"To Be, Or Not To Be",and situations here will refer heavily back to it. Gus is now a teenager, with all the usual teenage growing pains, and some not so usual. There are other family problems with his parents that will come to light, but carry consequences. But when Gus starts making decisions and choices for himself, one set of parents fights against it, while the other encourages him. Brian and Justin, too, will face their own dilemmas, some of which are unalterable.