Vampires have certain touches that mean very special things, so they respect the touch for what it means and don’t misuse it. For instance, using a touch that translated into words says—”I think you’re hot, I’m ready for lust, so let’s fuck our brains out”—and yes vampires have a subtle touch to say all that—and by the way this is not the first caress given to someone you don’t even know by name. Say what you mean and mean what you say whether you use words or actions. This is the key to thinking vampire and benefiting from the centuries of vampire wisdom.
Vampires have a language of love, using words to describe the body in beautiful terms, and where in their conversations of love, the sex is not aggressive and demeaning. While their poetic exchange goes beyond the erotic by describing more than feelings, it fulfills the intended purpose, to evoke the sensations and titillate the mind. The vampires also have a range of touches that mean a great deal, by sensuously inviting for romance.
Within an established relationship, there are many ways to ask your lover for sex, but some direct approaches might seem unsuitable in delicate situations. Unfortunately for all our sophistication, we don’t have a dedicated language of love to describe our sexuality in a dignified manner where even clinical terms are often inappropriate. How about ways of doing the asking romantically and with more consideration? The vampires have many ways to ask for sex and love, depending on the intimacy in the relationship. In their manuals of love there are instructions for both verbal requests and caresses to ask.
Casual sex is called public sex by vampires. Their public sex has boundaries, and these rules are strictly adhered to, mainly to guarantee the first time with a new partner is pleasurable and not an incident to embarrassing to remember. The first date of a vampire doesn’t have to be sans-sexual to be meaningful, but the interaction is kept to a level not too exciting, because this is only just the beginning. A first encounter is to get to know the person not their sexual capacity. Vampires know and expect the sex to get better next time, if they like you, so the preview is tantalizing and certainly not conclusive of everything on offer. Think about first-time sex in terms of fine cooking, where you don’t put a cream sauce on high heat, because it will boil over and ruin the taste, but get it to the right temperature in slow steps. In their manuals of love, the vampires are careful to make the distinction of what is public, and what should never be made public, in terms of sex.
Sex vampires consider as acceptable with any individual is public sex. Public or common sex denotes any practice not reserved for lovers. To vampires it is important to define the sex of a “one-night’s stand” as opposed to lovemaking shared only with a trusted lover. For vampires, the rules of sex are separate to the rules of love, and so the sex is different when love is absent. This is not to say they need love for sex but in recognition that certain sex requires a level of established trust.
The private sex of vampires is not necessarily conducted in private quarters. It is also not restricted to one person or group. Single vampires can have multiple lovers with the most intimate being their favorites. The sexual activities shared within each group differ according to the level of trust for each partner. So a couple sharing private sex may be alone or with others. If there are more than one couple, and they don’t share between them, then each pair are engaged in private sex regardless of the company they keep. Vampires demonstrate respect so being in a room surrounded by others is not a problem, they just ignore them, so it doesn’t hinder any private sex they share. If the sexual activities extend to group activities, then provided the extra-couple sex is limited to those of the group and not just any casual partner, this sex is also private.
Vampires call most of the sexual activity they share fun sex. Sex in this category depends on the mutual respect forming the conditions for private and public sex. Any sexual activity you share with your lover but would not share openly with another person, to whom you are not intimate, is private sex. An act of private sex could be anything, even a simple kiss on the lips if you reserve the kiss for certain people. Because of our propensity to shamefully hide sex, except for overt displays designed mainly to shock, most human sexual activities are by vampire standards private.
If you needed sexual help and went to a vampire for their medical wisdom then it is very likely they will prescribe sex for your ailment. But although the instructions sound better than “take two aspirins and call me in the morning,” they are not intended for you to go out and have indiscriminate fun. The prescription is a detail of when, what, where, who (with), how (much), and why. Any vampire can prescribe sex for another since they communicate by thoughts then they know what the other vampire is feeling so the exact cure is easy to suggest. Sex prescribed ranges from a sexy massage to more intense sensations derived from oral sex or intercourse, but no matter what the combination, the sexual medicine feels good and does good.
Vampires use sex for healing, not just the body but the mind too. The medicinal use of sex has value in maintaining sexual power in the females and preserving the female control of sex. In a pure physical sense, the sex with one male leads to her sexual conditioning. Whether the sex is therapeutic or necessary to maintain her femininity, the vampires rely on sexual activity to balance their biology. Her biology requires sex to regulate her cycles, and consequently her powers, so effectively vampires need sex to have sex.
Vampires believe that shame of the body and guilt in the mind destroys the fun in sex, and is the source of unsatisfying sex. To keep the emotional link with sex fun and free, it shouldn’t matter where the sex happens or with whom the sex is shared. The where and who are not important for the type of sex vampires engage in. Vampires believe their lover deserves nothing less than all the pleasures of private sex. A fleeting affair the vampires restrict to public sex, and if it develops then the casual partner becomes a lover. That magic moment might very well lead to love or the affair might burn intensely with lust. To vampires it doesn’t matter the consequences of wanted sex. Think vampire and pleasure in every part of the sexual experience.