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To correct you as a mild form of a psychic vampire, that is not always the case, rarely ever in fact.We do not get a high from the pain or suffering of others. One could simply accuse another of being a psychic vampire because they find it pleasing, fulfilling, or satisfying to see or experience happiness with another.
Particularly in the internet age, vampires are often well attuned to community issues. I found the vampires of Buffalo to be keen to keep up to date with the global community, while those in New Orleans were often more interested in the activities of their local vampire houses (an affiliated group of vampires usually led by a vampire elder who helps his or her house members to acclimate to their vampiric nature).In fact, the real vampire community in general seems to have appropriated very few of the trappings mainstream culture attaches to creatures of the night.Many do dress in gothic clothes but certainly not all the time, and very, very few sleep in coffins.They identify others with a similar need and have produced a community from that need.But real vampires can also help us understand, and perhaps even shed, some of the ideological baggage each of us carries.Some houses, and indeed whole vampire communities, as in the case of New Orleans, will combine their efforts to organize charity events, like feeding (not feeding on) the homeless.
However, despite their humanitarian efforts, real vampires don’t go around advertising who they are for fear of discrimination by people who simply don’t understand them.
The concept is actually way more plausible than you believe.
In fact, everyone is such a ‘creature’ to an extent.
Blood is generally described by my study participants as tasting metallic, or “coppery” but can also be influenced by the donor’s physiology, or even how well he or she is hydrated.
Some psychic vampires use tantric feeding, that is through erotic or sexual encounters, while others use what could be described as astral feeding or feeding on another from afar. Afterwards, blood-drinking and psychic vampires feel energized or otherwise better than they would if they were to sustain themselves on regular food alone, like fruits, fish, and vegetables (which they eat too).
They show us how repressive and oppressive categories can lead to marginalization. More generally, this community shows that being different doesn’t have to force you onto the margins of society.