camiii asked mickey milkovich or brian kinney

TV CHALLENGE | 01 favorite quote | Love is something that straight people tell themselves they’re in, so they can get laid. Then they end up hurting each other, because it was all based on lies to begin with. If that’s what you want, then go and find yourself a pretty little girl… and get married.

TV CHALLENGE | 07 couples that you ship | Brian Kinney and Justin Taylor

but what he does, he does so well
makes me wanna yell

TV CHALLENGE | 08 canceled/ended shows | Queer as Folk

TV CHALLENGE | 10 characters you love | Brian Kinney

camiii asked: brian/justin
i melt with you - modern english

Moving forward using all my breath
Making love to you was never second best
I saw the world thrashing all around your face
Never really knowing it was always mesh and lace
[Regarding Brian’s “it’s only time” speech] Brian didn’t mean that he and Justin would never see each other again. He was merely implying that even if they didn’t see each other again they would still know that they were bonded forever. That’s what their story was always about. An unlikely romance, an unconventional romance, but a great romance that would embrace them for a lifetime. - Daniel Lipman
Brian and Justin do not need to say vows to each other to cement their relationship. They’re beyond rings (even though Brian sentimentally keeps them), ceremonies and receptions. Just like in their “Covenant” scene, when they declared their own guidelines for living with each other, they know that their relationship transcends rules that others may need. It was, in fact, based on a lyric by Richard Rogers from the title song of his last great musical NO STRINGS: “Let the little folks, who need the help, depend upon vows and such. We are much too tall.” Justin going off to New York was a declaration of freedom and a final restatement of Brian’s philosophy, that sacrificing who you are for the sake of another or demanding that they sacrifice who they are for you, is not love. - Daniel Lipman, QAF’s writer and producer
passrevoked asked: queer as folk, 122
He left because of you. Who wouldn’t?
… for thinking that I would leave you. Why would you think that?