Paul Plesko
Nov 28, 2021

Former professor of nutrition. Theater set-designing as a hobby with occasional onstage appearances. QAF fan-fiction author 2000-2008 with lots of readers. I wrote from the viewpoint of Brian Kinney…his backstory, expanding the current story, and specializing in the “X-rated” activities in Brian’s loft and the backroom at Babylon. Those stories are now almost inaccessible on a website that looks threadbare…so I have moved my stories here, with Lorie's and TAG's help.  And now I've started writing new stories.

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Color Evaluation - Brian by Paul Plesko

Rated: E • 0 Reviews

This isn't a story. It's a personality evaluation of Brian's character, based on the colors he wears. Let me know in the comments what you think.

That Thing You Do by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

Intent on learning a new skill, Justin asks Brian to give him lessons on how to give a blow job. Apparently Brian tastes better than a carrot. Funny and playful at times, the way they are when no one is watching.

Rumors by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 16 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

A college boy, rejected by his gay professor, and unskilled in sexual matters, finds lessons in gay-male behavior in the backroom and orgy-room of "Rumors," a gay bar in Altoona, where his life is changed forever.

Through interactions with both positive and negative examples of the gay lifestyle, he is transformed from a solitary loner, unable to make the first move, into the Master of the Backroom at Babylon, as we know him in QAF.

A Timeline of My Stories by Paul Plesko

Rated: E • 0 Reviews

A timeline of my stories and where they fit into QAF

Moving On by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 2 Reviews


Brian meets an irresistible man while on a business trip. To Brian's surprise, C.J. turns out to be more than a quick romp in a strange city. With his help, Brian starts the difficult task of recovering from Justin's departure.


Prick Teasing by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 2 Reviews

An insight into how Brian uses his power of seduction over the internet.    

Justin’s Aftermath by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar


Post-episode 220, " the breakup," Justin's POV. Justin retrieves his belongings from the loft after he leaves the Rage party with Ethan. He then returns to Ethan's apartment where the two begin the odyssey of their relationship. Justin meets someone who will change his life forever. It is becoming clear that Justin is still thinking of Brian and wondering if he has made the right choice. Justin returns to the diner to discuss his situation with Debbie while she serves him a free breakfast. Later, he's invited to meet with a fan of his work. At her request, he reluctantly parts with a piece of himself. Justin regrets giving the drawing away and tries to recreate it, but is unsuccessful. Trying to clear his mind, Justin goes for a walk, only to run into a dancer from Babylon. Andre is only too happy to recount what has happened to Brian since Justin has left him. Justin and Ethan's relationship is already beginning to show strain. Despite the feared repercussions, Justin asks for the return of his drawing. The reaction is not what he was expecting. Instead, he learns about her philosophy of the artistic process... and of her opinion of Ethan. Justin returns to Ethan only to find that his jealous lover is determined to wipe Brian out of Justin's memory by destroying Justin's prize. Justin leaves... perhaps forever.


Passion By Proxy by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 4 Reviews


Gap-filler for episode 301.  Brian responds to Justin's departure in his usual way...drugs, booze, Babylon, and the Baths.  In this story, he attempts to find a ‘trick' who resembles Justin.  But, during his depression, he continues to remember details of their relationship... and he misses Justin even more.


Brian – the Aftermath by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 3 Reviews

Brian reacts to Justin's departure from the Rage party in typical Brian fashion. A hedonistic, gluttonous visit to the Baths. It is clear that Brian foresaw the split-up and has his own clear evaluation of the situation...but that doesn't make the split-up any less raw or soul-crushing.


Leisure In The Loft by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

A relaxing time in the loft after Brian's surgery

Of Gods, Men, and Heroes by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: Summary: Gap-filler for the last scene of 309. Justin is flushed with excitement about the mock-up of the second issue of “Rage”… which, of course, leads to a hot sex scene. “Discipline over rage will take up arms; and the battle will be short.” [from “Italia mia” by Plutarch.]

A Desk Job by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: Summary: Gap-filler for Episode 308. Brian and Justin, who were now reunited, disappeared behind the closed office door… and we all wondered what happened. Well, …most of us probably knew.

See No Evil by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: Summary: A gap-filler for Episode 311. Brian and Justin go searching for an adventure and some thrills, but they end-up back in the loft for some steamy sex and some honest conversation. Brian’s work on the Stockwell campaign needs some discussion between the two.

Making Lists by Paul Plesko

Rated: E • 6 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: Summary: A very short piece; a snippet of a story. It’s several weeks after the "break-up" and Brian is alone in the loft on a cold evening trying not to think of you-know-who. And then, as Fate would have it, a "ridiculously romantic message" from the past becomes a challenge for the future. Dare I say, “Ridiculously Romantic?”

Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot? by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 3 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

Author Notes: Point of View Brian and Justin. What does one do on New Year’s Eve? Spend it with old friends, of course, remembering past, and perhaps better, times. The split with Justin is still a gaping wound for Brian, although he would never admit it. And Brian turns to his usual forms of forgetting auld acquaintance.
There is a brief reference to my Christmas-holiday story, "Let Nothing Ye Dismay" although this is not, technically, a sequel.

The White Party by Paul Plesko

Rated: A • 5 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: Brian left Pittsburgh for almost five days to attend the White Party celebration in Miami. He missed Lindsay's and Melanie's wedding which pissed-off a lot of people. But, it was something he had always wanted to do...and he wasn't getting any younger, so...Brian did what Brian wanted to do. The story is essentially a long string of sex-scenes (Brian doing what Brian wants to do) and should probably not be read in one sitting...too much sensory overload, even for Brian, apparently. Enjoy every bit of anatomy, every orifice, every position, and every inclination and perversion.

Let Nothing Ye Dismay by Paul Plesko

Rated: E • 2 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: Christmas is a tough time for some people. The sweet sentimentality sometimes reminds them of what they don’t have… the love the holiday represents. The Rage Party had been just two weeks before Christmas, so the wounds had barely healed. Brian has many memories of past Christmases.

Tricking by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 0 Reviews
Summary: Summary: Get into the head and mind of Brian Kinney. Brian outlines his method of picking and priming the "Trick" of the moment. A first-person account describing Brian's techniques of seduction and arousal that are the trademarks of a sexual predator.

The Son Of The Dawn by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 1 Reviews
Summary: Author's Note: The title refers to the popular misconception (based upon a Biblical mistranslation) that Lucifer (Satan), “The Light-Giver”, was a favored angel who was cast out of Heaven. Brian fits the true meaning of the name... the gifted, successful prince brought-down through no fault of his own. Once again, Justin plays the role of "hero's sidekick" and supports Brian when he's down. Brian copes with adversity in his usual way... It’s not a sequel, although it seems to follow "The Look on His Face" as part of the post-Season 3 hiatus.

No Such Thing As Enough by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: Author Note: From the beginning of my awareness that I could write fan-fiction, I have wanted to write this story. While QAF Episode 101 was ground-breaking in its depiction of male-male sex on cable-television, it was fairly mild compared to male-male porn that is readily available. So my story is a gap-filler in the true sense; in this case, the "gap" is Justin’s virgin ass. And it reminds me of Brian's motto: "There's no such thing as 'enough'."
For a full understanding of this story, readers should have read my "Requiem" series because this story relates to Brian's back-story.

The Look On His Face by Paul Plesko

Rated: E • 6 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: This began as a treatise then evolved into a fiction. Along-the-way it lost the two sex-scenes I had included because they were a distraction. (I saved them for later.) It was a round-about way to get to a story without a lot of dialogue and without a pre-established plot. But for those who love Brian and Justin together, this fiction is meant to please.

Ashes Of Roses by Paul Plesko

Rated: A • 7 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

Gap Filler for episode 216

Prometheus Unbound by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 5 Reviews

The new student in Pittsburgh’s North Hills High-School, Brian Kinney, finds himself labeled as an outcast. That is, until he meets the boy who accepts him... and helps him explore his growing sexuality. A defining relationship that begins to mold Brian into the man he would become. A precursor to the Requiem Series.

Party Boy by Paul Plesko

Rated: M • 4 Reviews starstarstarstarstar
Summary: What could have happened at Sap's party

Requiem by Paul Plesko

Rated: A • 11 Reviews starstarstarstarstar

Justin accompanies Brian back to Penn State where Brian must face his past. In the process, Justin begins to understand how a relationship with his professor helped Brian develop into the man he is today.