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We desire to be beautiful, powerful, intelligent, charismatic, and sometimes feared. We want to be so perfect, and so alluring, that we can get anything or anyone we want with ease — we want to embrace our sexual natures and not have to apologize for it. Some people love the idea of being at the mercy of one. Women, in particular, are socially condemned for being sexually liberal or something other than a married-off virgin, so for some, going wild with Dracula can be downright cathartic.
That is, of course, as long as they stay safe, sane, and consensual. But, like any BDSM group, there are sub-groups upon sub-groups, as well as undefined titles or labels that people constantly disagree on. We CAN safely break it down into two fetish …. Someone can love vampire stuff but hate the idea of actual blood or bloodletting. Someone can love bloodletting but not give two frigs about Dracula. There are also people who combine the two.
Kinks and fetishes are as personal and unique as the person practicing them. But, past that, you still need to spend time finding people who are compatible. True, and that freaks some people out. Plain and simple. NOTE: Blood play is a large topic and better suited for a separate article.
Yes, there are dangers in anything — from practices to people. While people like this will often and unfortunately find their way to the community, any dangerous practices immediately omit them in the eyes of others who follow the SSC rules.
They are not, in fact, true BDSM players. Want to know more about safe words? Read this…. What is a Safe Word? Learn the Basics of Kink Communication. There are literally hundreds of websites, probably thousands, dedicated to Vampire fetishes in every extreme. Are you into any vampire stuff? Also, if you want more interesting re, check out…. I didnt know there was a name for those that bite and like to be bitten. I am excited to learn more about this and myself. I knew I was really big into Vampires, and that there are fetishes along those lines.
I have always loved to be bitten and the thought of being bitten by a vampire is such a turn on. We have recently started to use this as part of our sex. My girlfriend has really taken to her role as a vampire and I, her willing servant. I am into the BDSM lifestyle and have not been trained.
I have a husband but he isnt into it. I used to be a donor to real psychic vampires. I was wondering, are there any here that are a Dom? Im a full time life styler and also consider myself a historian on the mater of vampires.
From a very young age, they have entranced me and I now have become so engrossed that I can can ant find the light even if I wanted to. Blessed be to all. Thank you for your comment, we will review it as soon as possible. Then it will show here. On top of that Is it always sexual? Are the mutually inclusive? Is there a right or wrong? Limits , triggers , and safe words need to be established ahead of time. If the safe word is used, play should stop immediately. In fact, if a safe word is used, the Top should only have concern.
Tops should always look out for and respect the wellbeing of their submissive. Both parties should be enjoying the act. Safety and precautions against diseases and infections should always be at the forefront. Aftercare should always be part of the process. Read this… What is a Safe Word? Robyn TagsVampire Fetish. Comments 6 Dee says:. Hi Robyn thanks for the info! ExileinChicago says:. Great article!
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