Bloodletting for New Donors

By SphynxCatVP This article is written with an eye for the donors who don’t want to have pain (or at least not huge amounts of pain) associated with feeding a vampire. This will be especially applicable for donors who are more “vanilla” (don’t have pain-associated fetishes, for example), are more sensitive than usual to pain, or who are more nervous/less experienced (and more likely to be driven away by a bad/painful experience.) All vampires should … Continue reading

Handbook: Advice to Donors

Newer items will be marked with  and will not necessarily appear at the top of the page. Page last updated: November 11, 2014 [Editor’s Note: Due to the transitory nature of the Internet, links may have been updated or changed from their original text when they were posted, but effort has been made to link to the same or a similar product or information.] Donors: Take Care of Your Health from Sarah L. Dorrance If … Continue reading

Handbook: Finding and Keeping Donors

Newer items will be marked with  and will not necessarily appear at the top of the page. Page last updated: November 11, 2014 [Editor’s Note: Due to the transitory nature of the Internet, links may have been updated or changed from their original text when they were posted, but effort has been made to link to the same or a similar product or information.] Remember this: Those you take from are people, men and women, … Continue reading

Donor Questions

Hello, my name is Giselle. I have been a sang donor in The Community for awhile now. If any donor has a question, I would be glad to give you my experiences on the matter. If I cannot I will try to find someone who can. I am open to chat or if you just would like to connect with another donor.  You can e-mail me at SwanBytesNoir@sanguinarius.org. I would also like to thank Sangi … Continue reading

Meeting for the First Time

So you have found the vampire (or the vampire found you) you are contemplating donating to. There are several things I would like to share with you to help keep you safe. NEVER answer a Craig’s List Ad or newspaper ad. Talk to friends who may know someone who needs a donor or place an ad some where known and/or trusted in The Community. NEVER meet someone right away. Communicate with the vampire for at … Continue reading

Flipside of the Coin, A Donor’s Guide to Sang Donating

or, “Distilled Wisdom from a Decade of Donating” By Shortgoth A more-or-less practical guide to bloodletting and bloodfeeding from the point of view of a donor. Contents are as follows: Section 1: Foreword and Introduction Section 2: Prep Work (cleaning, Sterilization of the Tools, Etc.) Section 3: Feeding and the Tools of the Trade Section 4: Aftercare and Aftermath Section 5: The Important Dos and Don’ts Section 6: Taking Care of Your Vampire 😉 Section … Continue reading

Donoring

By Musidora I’m often asked how does one become a donor for a vampire. For me personally, it was about a three year evolution, which began with me being vamp-curious, then vamp friendly and supportive, gathering information as I went along, exploring, learning, talking with people. Then finally, when I was ready, I made the leap to donor. Everyone has different time frames. I tell everyone who expresses an interest in donoring to a vampire, … Continue reading

Donor Courtesy

By Giselle Le Boursier Be careful how you approach your prospective donor; you may have known this person for years and think you can tell them everything. Not always. First, ask them if they believe in vampires. If they give you the Hollywood version, then tell them you have read an article or heard on TV that there are real vampires. If they start freaking out and saying they are “not of God” you KNOW … Continue reading

Aftercare for Donors

By Deacon Gray In my last article I spoke briefly about “Aftercare” when dealing with a donor. I touch briefly on the concept that there are certain aftercare obligations a vampire has in regards to the donor, but I didn’t really cover in depth what that might entail. So I thought I would expand a little on the ideas and perhaps allow for some new thoughts, concepts and ideas of your own kind of aftercare … Continue reading

Donors’ and Vampires’ Guide to Negotiations

By Deacon Gray In every relationship there is a process, a time period when we learn about each other and what the expectations both parties hold for the relationship. The process for Vampires and Donors is no different then any other relationship, yet there are some questions and issues that should be discussed between the vampire and donor that are a little more complex. The intent of this essay is not to tell you how … Continue reading

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