While the process of “hunting” for a new donor can be both daunting and exciting, there are several cautionary measures that should be taken by both Seeking Sang and Delicious Donor (said Lovingly, of course.)
There is still very much to learn about the human body, and most specifically about sanguinarians. Why we do what we do, and why it works.
Syrf Chase, a good friend of mine and writer for this site, passed away at the end of May. This may not be news to some at this point. It has taken me a while to be able to write about the incident to where I feel I can try and do her justice. The grief took its toll on me. The loss broke my heart, though it was not without purpose.
By Lethenteron, Syrf and CJ!
Of the many techniques sanguinarians use to draw their donors’ blood, one of the most effective, for those who get trained or have a trained donor, is phlebotomy. Vacuum-infused blood collection tubes allow for a clean draw and a precise quantity. [n1]
Read More »
I first came across the Online Vampire Community in 1999, while researching the Therian and Otherkin communities as a child. I was looking for explanations for the “trans-species” body dysmorphia that has been with me most of my life, and the two communities existed at the time and continue to exist in relative close proximity.
I would like to introduce and welcome everyone to The Red Cellar. The Red Cellar is a sister site to Sanguinarians.com. The Red Cellar’s focus will be practical advice for sanguinarians. The topics can range from the technical aspects of blood collection, social dynamics with donors, and strategy for engagement with members of the medical community among other things. This site will allow for more creative freedom in writing, whereas our sister site has sharpened its focus on the latest in medical speculation. You can still find the latest in medical speculation and personal reports with the scientific community at http://www.sanguinarians.com.
A place for those who enjoy a nice, dark place for a vintage red.
Our experiences differ. Our condition means something different to each of us. I figured one of my first posts should be to share mine. All experiences and opinions below are mine, and mine alone.
I’m writing this article to answer some of the basic questions sanguinarians get on a regular basis. I do this in the hopes that it will answer questions that some may have about us, but have been uncomfortable in asking or haven’t had the opportunity to ask; also to dispel some of the myths surrounding us. Read More »