This ‘vampire’ couple think drinking each other’s blood is better than $ex and that’s fine, I guess

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Students may wear them as a badge of honour, but the vast majority of adults avoid love-bites like the plague.
Unless of course, you identify as a vampire

Fetish model Lea Dragonborn, 20, and tarot-card reader Tim Doyal, 31, have been sucking each other’s blood and faces for the past two years, and can’t get enough of it.
The fanged beauty and the father-of-one are real-life ‘vampires’, from Austin, Texas, who have a passionate relationship based on blood sucking and satanic rituals.
And they say it’s actually better than $ex.

This 'vampire' couple drink each other's blood and say it's better than sex
Lea and Tim, or ‘Countess Lea of House Van Doorn’ and ‘Count Tim of House Van Doorn’ met at a vampire festival in 2015, and felt an instant ‘connection of darkness.’

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They quickly fell for each other and began their blood-sucking relationship.
Tim told the Daily Mail: ‘When I feed via blood it is it just as good as $ex because as I feel this rush of life, their essence, their energy is coming into myself and I am taking it in and I feel empowered.’
And Lea couldn’t agree more.
‘I actually prefer drinking blood to having $ex. You are taking the essence of a person and that to me is ecstasy. There is no better feeling.’
To draw blood safely, Tim and Lea use a sterilised needle and make a small incision on each other’ wrists before sucking their blood right from the source.

This 'vampire' couple drink each other's blood and say it's better than sex

Now the pair, who care for Tim’s three-year-old son, Daedric, are planning to tie the knot in a vampire-themed wedding ceremony next year.
While church bells and vampires don’t really go together, blood play, or haematolagnia – is nothing new.
The international vampire community has been undead and thriving for generations, and more often than not, it is characterised by haematolagnia – a $exual fetish for blood which evokes arousal when present on the fetishist’s $exual partner, especially if nude.
While some stick to private bedroom antics, others go further, attending vampiric festivals where guests all exchange blood.

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