Vampires are undead; are corpses; are immortal.
Real life vampires are normal, every-day people from ALL walks of
life, race, background, religion who work normal jobs, have normal
families and live normal lives. They are neither immortal, nor
Vampires can not enter sunlight; are harmed/killed by running water,
crosses and garlic; live in coffins, etc.
Real life vampires may be light sensitive, but will not burst into
flame anymore then anyone else; might be afraid of water but are not
harmed by it; have no issue with holy symbols nor food items; and
live in normal homes like everyone else.
Vampires are evil; vampires are affiliated with Satan, the Devil, or
some other evil lord/master/demon
Vampires are normal people and come from every religion and faith on
the planet and have as much potential to be a good person as they
have to be a bad person the way everyone else does. Vampirism is a
medical condition and has NOTHING to do with one's religion and
DOES NOT mean a person is automatically evil.
Vampires are all kids dressing up in black; are "Goths";
are just "acting out" or want to be "different"
Real life Vampires are people of adult age and up (the condition
tends to remain dormant until after puberty is complete). They are
people of all clothing tastes and do not engage in vampirism to be
"cool." Vampirism has nothing to do with what clothing
you wear or what your tastes in music are. Vampirism is a medical
condition and does not make a person "special" or
Yes, there are kids out there who dress up like characters from
books, but they're engaging in dress up; real vampires are just
trying to live their lives and that has nothing to do with fictional
books, movies, or characters.
Vampires have mental illness and are delusional for thinking they're
Real vampires aren't anything like their silly, fictional
counterparts except that they require small amounts of blood as a supplement
to their diet. Real vampires don't think they are, or act like they
are, or try to be like their fictional counterparts. It is VERY much
like a diabetic who requires insulin to remain healthy; a real
vampiric person simply requires small amounts of blood to remain
healthy. Sure, a real vampiric person can suffer from a mental
illness just like anyone else on the planet, but to be a vampiric
person does NOT automatically make them "crazy" or
"delusional" any more then a person suffering from
other medical conditions.
Vampires are just anemic; vampires just have Porphyria.
is in NO WAY helped or overcome through the ingestion of blood.
Anemics need iron in it's raw state (generally through iron pill supplements
or through iron injected via IV) as iron is a main component for
hemoglobin (the main part of red blood cells). Red blood cells are
responsible for delivering oxygen through the body and without
enough red blood cells, a person lacks enough oxygen. Iron is stored
the Bone Marrow where red blood cells are produced. Drinking blood
would in no way give the needed iron and would be expelled, unprocessed,
by the kidneys. Detailed information on anemia can be found [here]
Porphyria is a name for six separate conditions and despite being
associated historically with vampirism, it has nothing to do with
it. "Porphyria victims don't crave blood. Drinking blood will not alleviate their symptoms, nor has there ever been a general belief that it would. The blood chemicals porphyria victims need do not survive digestion."
here for source Another source [here].
Vampires are/think they are "supernatural"; vampires
are/think they are not human; vampires are/think they are
"better" then normal people
life Vampires ARE HUMAN. They are NOT supernatural. Vampirism is
a medical condition. It does not make a person special, better, or
"more" then anyone else. It's just a difference like any
other health problem people the world over suffer from. (Be it
diagnosed or undiagnosed and understood or not understood. The list
of medical conditions for which doctors and scientists actually
understand is infinitesimal compared to those they do not, so it is
not hard to accept that there are health concerns that are not yet
Vampires attack people to steal their blood; kill people; are
violent and hostile.
Real life vampiric people use volunteer, willing donors; engage in
safety via blood tests, sterile tools and safe and sane bloodletting
practices. We're talking small amounts - a mouthful or two - and
only under safe conditions. Real vampiric people will do everything
possible to minimize pain and scaring for the donor and do not
compel anyone to donate their blood to them. Failing accessibility
of a donor, many vampiric people will use animal blood obtained
from butchers (kosher if possible), generally in the form of
This site is set up simply to get people to feel special, better or
different then everyone else. (or to make the owner feel special,
better, or different)
If I were selling vampirism as a cure-all, or as some secret society
which only the elite can join, or required hefty membership fees to
read the materials (I make zero money on this site and in fact it
costs me quite a bit in hosting, the handful of items for sale don't
even put a dent in my costs), or appointed myself some fancy title
(many "dress up" vampire sites engage in pompous titles of
importance they give themselves), or told everyone they could be
immortal, or made it out to seem like something really cool, etc.,
etc., etc., I might buy that argument. In fact, this site strives
to dismiss all the garbage associated with fictional vampirism
and attempts to bludgeon people over the head with the boring
mundaness of it all. Or, more simply, to discuss the similarities
and the sameness between those who require intakes of
blood and those who do not. It's about coming together, not separating
apart. I'm a normal person just like everyone else, and I want
people to understand that they're normal too - whether they need to
drink blood or not.
Drinking blood is just an addition - not a need.
there are some people who are blood fetishists. They gain pleasure
from the consumption of blood (mainly in sexual situations). There
are also people who enjoy the "dark and morbid" overtones
that modern fictional vampirism embraces. This site is not for,
nor about, those kinda of people. Real vampiric people do not
drink blood because they are blood junkies, they do so because they
lack something in their physical/spiritual make up and can only
fulfill it through the ingestion of blood. For these people, it's
not about a high, or a rush, or for fun, it's about maintaining
health. The consumption of blood is used to regulate the real
vampire's body the same way that a diabetic uses insulin to regulate
their blood sugar levels. When a vampiric person ceases to drink
blood, they become ill and exhibit signs of immune system damage and
become prone to catch viruses and bacterial infections. Real
Vampires do not die from lack of blood, but they will wither and
potentially die from secondary effects as a result of ceasing blood