Friday, July 30, 2010


images1I am at a crossroads, of sort. Why is it that in literature, humans prefer to not only read, but encourage other humans to partake in violence, but not sex?

There are a plethora of books that descriptively explain a murdered victim, the bloodshed, the violence in which the crime was committed and the premeditated thoughts that accompanied such violence, but when it comes to sex, human adults shy away from it, as though it were the black plague?

Erotica, where two loving, consenting adults, experiencing pleasure from each other is taboo, but hacking, slicing and mutilating a body aren’t.

Take us for example. Why is it okay to think, believe and teach your human children that vampires will suck-their-blood dry, but it’s not acceptable to teach those same children that we have pleasurable, tender moments with our loved ones.

Of course, we drink blood, but is it any different than a human eating food. Have you considered what you put in your mouths? What? it’s okay because the cow is dead?

We, don’t typically kill our prey. Yes, some humans die when we get carried away. Accidents happen. However, you must know that some humans energies are atrocious. I would rather die of starvation than to sink my precious fangs in them.

This is a hell of a lot sexier than seeing some senseless crime scene.

I don’t know why I care about humans! Think about this, when the violence has become intolerable, we will become the nightmares you portray us to be and we will rid the world of the monsters you have created.

1 comment:

  1. Well, when you figure it out--tell me. Because I've been asking that question since the 60s.