An explanation of the word FETISH as used in this article: The word 'fetish' means 'magical implement' - A Fetish is used in magic, for healing and many other positive things. The word in modern day usage has more often come to mean a deviant behavior, a sexual act to help gain arousal or completion. With a blood fetish, it means someone who needs the presence of blood during the sexual act, either their own or that of a partner. The bloodist is usually connected to bondage or S&M, where the entire experience is based on power and control for both, or either, of the participants. A Fetishist can be a Bloodist, but a Bloodist may not be a Vampire.
A Sanguine is a vampire who partakes of human or animal blood, for the purpose of taking in its energy. Anyone who partakes of the blood of another is not necessarily a Sanguine. Bloodists often call themselves vampires or are called vampires by outsiders and the uninformed. Again, the word Bloodist, as used here, is an umbrella term to them meaning a human who intakes blood.
Bloodists and Fetishists are not real vampires.
They, Bloodists, are only humans who enjoy feeding from one another. They are not vampires and they do not necessarily have the psychological problems so often attributed to sexual fetishists.
Bloodists do not need blood to survive. They simply have made a life style out of sharing one another's blood for pleasure, intimacy or some other form of bonding and closeness. Bloodists do often have both blood and sex, or just the 'blooding' which in many cases replaces the passion of sex itself. Again, I remind you that these are not vampires.
Sanguines are vampires and obtain their blood from donors and friends. Usually they do so by slicing with a razor, scalpel or other device included in the design of various jewelry. Blood pumps and needles are also used but biting is seldom employed by Sanguines. Most often these arrangements are consensual, but very dangerous. Such practices can lead to infections and transmitted illnesses of the blood. There are many things just as bad as AIDS which can be carried in the blood of an infected person. Illnesses that lay dormant, then strike a few months or years from now ... all just as serious and many just as deadly. And all of which can be passed on by you ... if you contract them without knowing it.
The safest thing is to not take part in Sanguine vampirism, but if you must then be sure you and your blood partners have valid lab tests before you proceed. Go with that person so you can be sure it is their actual blood and urine samples that are given to the lab. If you are going to use a razor or needle, be sure it is sterilized with alcohol and heat before and after every usage. Use disposable needles, do not share used needles and do not use a razor that is not completely cleaned of blood each and every time. But the best way to stay safe is to keep away. Don't even begin.
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