Fan fiction combining season one of Queer as Folk and (loosely based on) Vampire the Masquerade. The tale of Brian Kinney plunged into a world of vampires where he finds himself entangled with Justin Taylor and other creatures of the night. There is adult content and language.
“Sure, if he has any,” Justin replied. “They’ll also be able to ask any question they want, but then again, I’ve never been to one of these so, I’m really not sure.”
“And who’ll represent him?”
“He represents himself for his Clan.”
“A man who represents himself has a fool for a lawyer,” Melanie snapped flipping through her notepad until she got to the page she wanted. “I’ve gone through all the Traditions and rules that you told me about the Kindred and I’m still not seeing where Brian willingly broke any laws. I’m also not seeing where Justin did anything wrong. He didn’t know Brian was Kindred, Brian didn’t know he was Kindred. They fucked and now there going to be put to death? Because Justin’s dad’s a big homophobe? That’s bullshit! What are they going to do next? Outlaw fucking?”
“Brian’s face will forever be on a wanted sign if that happened,” Emmett said.
“Too bad I can’t go to this Conclave,” Melanie huffed. “I’d shred ‘em a new one.”
“Why can’t you?” Lindsey looked at her lover then to Brian. “She could be your lawyer. They can’t blame you for wanting someone to represent you.”
Justin chuckled at the thought. “She can’t. She’s Kine. I mean, hello? The Masquerade anyone?”
Melanie looked down at Gus, then at his father. Lindsey was always supersensitive when it came to Brian, but this (to her) wasn’t about Brian. This was about Gus and having the most support he could possibly have, even if it was with the most unreliable person she knew. “Has there ever been a time when a non-vampire went to one of these shin digs?”
“Don’t know,” was Justin’s only answer. But he had a solution. “I’ll ask.”
He leaned back into Brian’s arms and closed his eyes. He made a connection with Jason, his fellow Toreador, and spoke to him telepathically. After a few moments he opened his eyes. “Only if that Kine is protected by a Kindred as part of his or her brood and they have reason to be there.”
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