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22nd Apr '17 1:01:51 PM TheNerevarine
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* In {{ComicBook/Purgatori}}'s backstory, she was turned into a vampire by being bit in the breast by her sire Rath. Her reaction was rather... [[TheImmodestOrgasm loud and ecstatic]].
18th Apr '17 11:36:45 PM AbsoluteSword
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* Though not actually ''pleasurable'', there are some basis in fact of the painlessness of being bitten by blood-sucking predators; namely the humble mosquito and leech. Both accomplish the feat of not having their unfortunate prey notice the wounds from which their blood is drawn by the double virtue of having incredibly thin proboscis/teeth ''and'' the simultaneous injection of anaesthetic saliva into the wound while they feast. Ultimately subverted with larger species of mosquito, with milimeter wide proboscis that has a nasty ''sting'' not unlike being stuck with a sewing needle; not to mention the fact that the leech's saliva is also ''anti coagulant'', which means while it won't ''hurt'', it will bleed like crazy once it detaches.
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15th Apr '17 9:15:33 AM nombretomado
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* The kiss/bite of the vampire is an analogy for rape in Bram Stoker's ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' novel. Instead of trying to seduce Mina Harker like Carmilla did with Laura, Dracula tricks one of the mental patients in Dr. Seward's house into inviting him in and physically forces Mina to drink his blood against her will, leaving the traumatized girl to go through periods of denial, anger, and depression while viewing what she suffered that night as a FateWorseThanDeath than which [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil nothing could possibly be worse]]. Since most Gothic literature of the 18th and 19th centuries used the word "seduce" where we would use "rape," Stoker gets major points for being possibly the first author since [[TheFaerieQueene Edmund Spenser]] to recognize the difference between seduction and force. Then along came the movies that ship Mina with her metaphorical rapist with the public's approval. The adaptors apparently somehow got Stoker's novel confused with ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' and ''Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera''.

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* The kiss/bite of the vampire is an analogy for rape in Bram Stoker's ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' novel. Instead of trying to seduce Mina Harker like Carmilla did with Laura, Dracula tricks one of the mental patients in Dr. Seward's house into inviting him in and physically forces Mina to drink his blood against her will, leaving the traumatized girl to go through periods of denial, anger, and depression while viewing what she suffered that night as a FateWorseThanDeath than which [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil nothing could possibly be worse]]. Since most Gothic literature of the 18th and 19th centuries used the word "seduce" where we would use "rape," Stoker gets major points for being possibly the first author since [[TheFaerieQueene [[Literature/TheFaerieQueene Edmund Spenser]] to recognize the difference between seduction and force. Then along came the movies that ship Mina with her metaphorical rapist with the public's approval. The adaptors apparently somehow got Stoker's novel confused with ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' and ''Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera''.
3rd Apr '17 12:33:22 AM LinTaylor
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* ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'' plays this literally. When Asahi sees Youko eating a normal lunch and asks about blood-drinking, she calls it sexual harassment; afterwards she explains that to vampires, blood-sucking is an incredibly intimate act, and is actually used in place of the traditional kiss at vampire weddings. [[spoiler:Later chapters reveal that it's actually even ''more'' intimate than that, to the point where after Youko drinks Asahi's blood for the first time, another character compares it to a man taking advantage of a naive girl to bed her.]]

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* ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'' plays this literally. When Asahi sees Youko eating a normal lunch and asks about blood-drinking, she calls it sexual harassment; afterwards she explains that to vampires, blood-sucking is an incredibly intimate act, and is actually used in place of the traditional kiss at vampire weddings. [[spoiler:Later chapters reveal that it's actually even ''more'' intimate than that, to the point where after Youko drinks Asahi's blood for the first time, another character compares it to a man taking advantage of a naive girl to bed her. Even ''later'' chapters reveal that, no, it's just like a kiss, and they really should have known better than to trust the series' biggest {{Troll}}.]]
15th Mar '17 7:44:43 PM ShivaIndis
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* In ''Anime/{{Nightwalker}}'', Shido gives a literal example to Riho to keep her from dying from wounds inflicted on her by Cain. [[spoiler:That was more of an EmergencyTransformation than anything else.]]

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* In ''Anime/{{Nightwalker}}'', Shido gives vampire bites give sexual pleasure if Yayoi's behavior is any indication. The show also has a literal example to Riho to keep her of a kiss from dying from wounds inflicted on her a vampire, transfering blood by Cain.mouth apparently as part of the process of turning someone into a vampire. [[spoiler:That was more of an EmergencyTransformation than anything else.]]
8th Mar '17 9:13:30 AM psionycx
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* On ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'' vampire bites contain venom that causes intense euphoria in the subject. Isabelle actually seeks this from Raphael as a substitute for the FantasticDrug ''yin fen'', which is made using vampire venom and to which she has become addicted.
26th Feb '17 2:16:59 PM nombretomado
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* Evangeline A.K. Mcdowell of ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', because of her [[PowerLimiter small state]], usually delivers more-or-less painless drinks of blood. Then other times, she really does deliver kisses, [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v15/c137/19.html also more-or-less painless]]. Whether she'll admit it or not, she does care about her apprentice. Earlier in that same scene, she played this as straight as possible in what could be the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v15/c137/7.html most risque scene in the course of the series]] ({{N|otSafeForWork}}SFW, obviously). [[labelnote:*]] the thing in front of him is WeaselMascot Chamo. It's not ''that'' NSFW. Although it's entirely possible that KenAkamatsu [[VisualInnuendo placed Chamo there intentionally]].[[/labelnote]]

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* Evangeline A.K. Mcdowell of ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', because of her [[PowerLimiter small state]], usually delivers more-or-less painless drinks of blood. Then other times, she really does deliver kisses, [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v15/c137/19.html also more-or-less painless]]. Whether she'll admit it or not, she does care about her apprentice. Earlier in that same scene, she played this as straight as possible in what could be the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v15/c137/7.html most risque scene in the course of the series]] ({{N|otSafeForWork}}SFW, obviously). [[labelnote:*]] the thing in front of him is WeaselMascot Chamo. It's not ''that'' NSFW. Although it's entirely possible that KenAkamatsu Creator/KenAkamatsu [[VisualInnuendo placed Chamo there intentionally]].[[/labelnote]]
6th Jan '17 7:45:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' has Jigsaw unwilling to feed on her (sleeping) lieutenant Daisy until she remembers that it's supposed to be harmless, "like bloodwork". After some initial hesitation, both Jigsaw ''and'' Daisy are starting to [[FreudWasRight enjoy it a bit too much]], at least until [[http://www.lastres0rt.com/2008/07/and-just-like-bloodwork-you-can-still-screw-it-up/ Jigsaw freaks out and bites a little TOO hard]], going from Subversion to example to VampireBitesSuck in only a few panels.

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* ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' has Jigsaw unwilling to feed on her (sleeping) lieutenant Daisy until she remembers that it's supposed to be harmless, "like bloodwork". After some initial hesitation, both Jigsaw ''and'' Daisy are starting to [[FreudWasRight enjoy it a bit too much]], much, at least until [[http://www.lastres0rt.com/2008/07/and-just-like-bloodwork-you-can-still-screw-it-up/ Jigsaw freaks out and bites a little TOO hard]], going from Subversion to example to VampireBitesSuck in only a few panels.
25th Nov '16 4:48:57 PM TheGracefullyWicked
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* Creator/AnneRice's Literature/TheVampireChronicles, as well as TheFilmOfTheBook for ''Film/InterviewWithTheVampire''. That is, when a vampire doesn't simply rip off the victim's head and drink all the blood in one gulp.

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* Creator/AnneRice's Literature/TheVampireChronicles, as well as TheFilmOfTheBook for ''Film/InterviewWithTheVampire''. That is, when a vampire doesn't simply rip off the victim's head and drink all the blood in one gulp. Or...cracks the skull open to get to the last dregs in the brain...
6th Sep '16 8:32:21 PM Angeldeb82
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[[caption-width-right:300:[[IncrediblyLamePun Fangs]] for the memories!]]

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When a vampire is hungry and isn't quite so decent or hard up as to lower himself to only buying blood at the butcher's or trapping and draining small animals instead, their dietary supplement of preference is [[HorrorHunger human blood.]] They can [[VegetarianVampire survive on the blood of lesser beings]], sure, but [[EvilTastesGood human blood is the good stuff]] -- it's the difference between artificial processed cheese food and genuine aged cheddar as a human palate would comprehend it.

The decent sort of FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires tends to feel bad about what they must do to their victims. Kiss of the Vampire is vampires who can make the experience of being a drink box not just bearable, but pleasurable for the donor.

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When a vampire is hungry and isn't quite so decent or hard up as to lower himself to only buying blood at the butcher's or trapping and draining small animals instead, their dietary supplement of preference is [[HorrorHunger human blood.]] blood]]. They can [[VegetarianVampire survive on the blood of lesser beings]], sure, but [[EvilTastesGood human blood is the good stuff]] -- it's the difference between artificial processed cheese food and genuine aged cheddar as a human palate would comprehend it.

The decent sort of FriendlyNeighborhoodVampires {{Friendly Neighborhood Vampire}}s tends to feel bad about what they must do to their victims. Kiss of the Vampire is vampires who can make the experience of being a drink box not just bearable, but pleasurable for the donor.



* Evangeline A.K. Mcdowell of ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', because of her [[PowerLimiter small state]], usually delivers more-or-less painless drinks of blood. Then other times, she really does deliver kisses, [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v15/c137/19.html also more-or-less painless]]. Whether she'll admit it or not, she does care about her apprentice. Earlier in that same scene, she played this as straight as possible in what could be the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v15/c137/7.html most risque scene in the course of the series]] ({{N|otSafeForWork}}SFW, obviously). [[labelnote:*]] the thing in front of him is WeaselMascot Chamo. It's not ''that'' NSFW. Although it's entirely possible that KenAkamatsu [[VisualInnuendo placed Chamo there intentionally.]][[/labelnote]]
* In ''Manga/MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'', this is Lady Bat's power, which [[VillainousCrossdresser he]] uses to put his opponents into a daze before [[MagicMusic singing]]. He even refers to biting people as "kissing".

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* Evangeline A.K. Mcdowell of ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', because of her [[PowerLimiter small state]], usually delivers more-or-less painless drinks of blood. Then other times, she really does deliver kisses, [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v15/c137/19.html also more-or-less painless]]. Whether she'll admit it or not, she does care about her apprentice. Earlier in that same scene, she played this as straight as possible in what could be the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mahou_sensei_negima/v15/c137/7.html most risque scene in the course of the series]] ({{N|otSafeForWork}}SFW, obviously). [[labelnote:*]] the thing in front of him is WeaselMascot Chamo. It's not ''that'' NSFW. Although it's entirely possible that KenAkamatsu [[VisualInnuendo placed Chamo there intentionally.]][[/labelnote]]
intentionally]].[[/labelnote]]
* In ''Manga/MermaidMelodyPichiPichiPitch'', this is Lady Bat's power, which [[VillainousCrossdresser [[CreepyCrossdresser he]] uses to put his opponents into a daze before [[MagicMusic singing]]. He even refers to biting people as "kissing".



* ''Master of Mosquiton'': In most cases, Mosquiton's bite only [[LuminescentBlush causes Inaho to blush.]] But when he bites her to empower himself, near the end of episode 2, it causes her to [[JizzedInMyPants visibly achieve orgasm]]; making her go weak-kneed and slump to the floor, panting.

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* ''Master of Mosquiton'': In most cases, Mosquiton's bite only [[LuminescentBlush causes Inaho to blush.]] blush]]. But when he bites her to empower himself, near the end of episode 2, it causes her to [[JizzedInMyPants visibly achieve orgasm]]; making her go weak-kneed and slump to the floor, panting.



* {{ComicBook/Fables}} spin-off ''Fairest'' has this with Tomoko. Technically, she's a {{Kitsune}} rather than a vampire, but she feeds on her lovers' blood, and her sex scenes with [[BiTheWay Rapunzel]] certainly fit this trope, being neat little punctures that appear to be intensely pleasurable for both parties. When feeding off [[{{Jerkass}} Jack]], however, [[VampireBitesSuck it's much messier, more violent, less enjoyable, and would have killed him without his regenerative abilities]], so maybe she only uses this trope with partners about whom she actually cares.

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* {{ComicBook/Fables}} spin-off ''Fairest'' has this with Tomoko. Technically, she's a {{Kitsune}} rather than a vampire, but she feeds on her lovers' blood, and her sex scenes with [[BiTheWay Rapunzel]] certainly fit this trope, being neat little punctures that appear to be intensely pleasurable for both parties. When feeding off [[{{Jerkass}} Jack]], {{J|erkass}}ack, however, [[VampireBitesSuck it's much messier, more violent, less enjoyable, and would have killed him without his regenerative abilities]], so maybe she only uses this trope with partners about whom she actually cares.



* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/50405 At least one]] ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' fan-fic has Sora discovering his vampire "costume" acts a little differently when he visits Halloween Town with [[OneTrueThreesome Riku and Kairi.]]

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* [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/50405 At least one]] ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' fan-fic has Sora discovering his vampire "costume" acts a little differently when he visits Halloween Town with [[OneTrueThreesome Riku and Kairi.]]Kairi]].



* The kiss/bite of the vampire is an analogy for rape in Bram Stoker's ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' novel. Instead of trying to seduce Mina Harker like Carmilla did with Laura, Dracula tricks one of the mental patients in Dr. Seward's house into inviting him in and physically forces Mina to drink his blood against her will, leaving the traumatized girl to go through periods of denial, anger, and depression while viewing what she suffered that night as a FateWorseThanDeath than which [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil nothing could possibly be worse]]. Since most Gothic literature of the 18th and 19th centuries used the word "seduce" where we would use "rape," Stoker gets major points for being possibly the first author since [[TheFaerieQueene Edmund Spenser]] to recognize the difference between seduction and force. Then along came the movies that ship Mina with her metaphorical rapist with the public's approval. The adaptors apparently somehow got Stoker's novel confused with ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' and ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera''.
* The bite of a vampire in ''Literature/TheImmortalRules'' supposedly has soothing properties...all the better for the victim not to resist as their blood is being drained away. However we never actually see this happen as every time the protagonist feeds, it is obviously [[VampireBitesSuck painful and terrifying for the victim.]] This is slightly {{justified|Trope}} both by the fact that she is an extremely new vampire, and by the fact that those she fed on were opponents in the middle of ''trying to kill her'', so she wasn't as inclined to use finesse.

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* The kiss/bite of the vampire is an analogy for rape in Bram Stoker's ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' novel. Instead of trying to seduce Mina Harker like Carmilla did with Laura, Dracula tricks one of the mental patients in Dr. Seward's house into inviting him in and physically forces Mina to drink his blood against her will, leaving the traumatized girl to go through periods of denial, anger, and depression while viewing what she suffered that night as a FateWorseThanDeath than which [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil nothing could possibly be worse]]. Since most Gothic literature of the 18th and 19th centuries used the word "seduce" where we would use "rape," Stoker gets major points for being possibly the first author since [[TheFaerieQueene Edmund Spenser]] to recognize the difference between seduction and force. Then along came the movies that ship Mina with her metaphorical rapist with the public's approval. The adaptors apparently somehow got Stoker's novel confused with ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' and ''ThePhantomOfTheOpera''.
''Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera''.
* The bite of a vampire in ''Literature/TheImmortalRules'' supposedly has soothing properties...all the better for the victim not to resist as their blood is being drained away. However we never actually see this happen as every time the protagonist feeds, it is obviously [[VampireBitesSuck painful and terrifying for the victim.]] victim]]. This is slightly {{justified|Trope}} both by the fact that she is an extremely new vampire, and by the fact that those she fed on were opponents in the middle of ''trying to kill her'', so she wasn't as inclined to use finesse.



* In J.R. Ward's ''Literature/BlackDaggerBrotherhood'' series, this is almost always the case. Regardless of the combo (vampire/vampire, vampire/human, vampire/[[EmotionEater sympath]]... you get the idea). The vampires almost always find the feeding experience pleasurable, and it's specifically described in ''Lover Eternal'' that the act of [[spoiler: Rhage drinking from a vampire woman named Layla had "a shocking level of intimacy." This deserves special mention because he was desperately trying ''not'' to feel anything for her. He wanted to feed from the human woman he'd fallen in love with, Mary, but since she wasn't of his kind and [[OurVampiresAreDifferent it's impossible to "turn" a human]], he would've killed her before his body regained the nourishment it needed.]]

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* In J.R. Ward's ''Literature/BlackDaggerBrotherhood'' series, this is almost always the case. Regardless of the combo (vampire/vampire, vampire/human, vampire/[[EmotionEater sympath]]... you get the idea). The vampires almost always find the feeding experience pleasurable, and it's specifically described in ''Lover Eternal'' that the act of [[spoiler: Rhage drinking from a vampire woman named Layla had "a shocking level of intimacy." This deserves special mention because he was desperately trying ''not'' to feel anything for her. He wanted to feed from the human woman he'd fallen in love with, Mary, but since she wasn't of his kind and [[OurVampiresAreDifferent it's impossible to "turn" a human]], he would've killed her before his body regained the nourishment it needed.]]needed]].



** In season 5 Riley pays to get bitten. [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation However]], his addiction could be more masochistic in nature; he was clearly growing addicted ''to'' the pain of being bitten and the resulting adrenaline rush. It was related to his feelings of inferiority.

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** In season 5 Riley pays to get bitten. [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation However]], his addiction could be more masochistic in nature; he was clearly growing addicted ''to'' the pain of being bitten and the resulting adrenaline rush. It was related to his feelings of inferiority.



** ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' werebats may also drink the blood of their prey, but they evidently don't have any means of subduing their victims other than brute force, so [[VampireBitesSuck their attacks are unpleasant.]]

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** ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' werebats may also drink the blood of their prey, but they evidently don't have any means of subduing their victims other than brute force, so [[VampireBitesSuck their attacks are unpleasant.]]unpleasant]].



** Brooke not only [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/this_is_not_so_bad enjoyed it]], she even noted that Layla's bite was better than her mother's. After which, Layla [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/the_spoils_of_war! upheld her end of their bargain]] by giving Brooke [[PracticeKiss a kissing lesson.]]

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** Brooke not only [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/this_is_not_so_bad enjoyed it]], she even noted that Layla's bite was better than her mother's. After which, Layla [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/the_spoils_of_war! upheld her end of their bargain]] by giving Brooke [[PracticeKiss a kissing lesson.]]lesson]].
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