The king and queen of the Vampire Court in Austin, Texas, opened up their bedroom door to demonstrate how they drink blood from their “donor” girlfriend, proving that no matter what your kink is, you can find love.
Logan South, 32, and his wife, Daley, 31, are a polyamorous couple who identify as “vampires,” and both say they experienced their vampiric awakening during puberty.
The married couple appeared on the We TV reality series Extreme Love, along with their girlfriend, Ilona, to discuss their “inconvenient” hunger.
“I don’t like the way blood tastes. I find it inconvenient to have to do regularly,” Daley explained. “I’m someone that needs it, but I’m not a big fan of it. For Logan, it can be very sexual for him.” Daley claims that she feeds when only she’s feeling “down,” although she admits to understanding why Logan may find it more erotic. “There is a sense of a very sexual nature to it, you know, because it is someone taking you in,” she said.
The couple, who avoid sunlight and wear fangs, do not bite directly into their girlfriend’s neck but, rather, use the same tool that people with diabetes use to prick a finger to draw blood. “You get just the right amount of blood,” Daley said, “without causing too much of an overflow that you don’t need.”
The couple even suggests, should you personally find yourself craving the blood of a human, to know your donor. They get Ilona tested every six months for blood-borne diseases.
Logan and Daley, who have been together for seven years and married since 2017, have always been polyamorous, and both admitted to feeling like vampires at the onset of puberty.
“A vampire is someone that, for one reason or another, needs to take in human energy in the form of blood or psychic energy or sexual energy to keep themselves healthy,” Daley said.
Daley was sitting in an English class when she experienced an “intense thirst.” She ran to a water fountain, and when that didn’t quench the thirst, instead of grabbing a bottle of Gatorade, she turned to her friend’s blood.
“We found my friend and they pulled out a lancet, and I drank from them and it was immediately gone,” she said.
“I had my vampiric awakening when I was 15 years old,” Logan said. “Being a vampire isn’t something that you can just choose. It is something you are born with. It is something that is a part of you.”
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