by Michelle Belanger
In crowds or when performing a general, long-distance drain, it
is nearly impossible to assure that your victims are willing. When
physical contact is not involved or when the drain is weak enough,
such consent is unnecessary.
However, when you feed deeply upon someone, especially through
physical contact, it is advisable that you make certain your
partner understands what is being done to them so that they know
the risks and cannot blame you for invading their person. Lying
and dissembling to someone you must be so close to will only make
their reaction to you all the more violent when and if they
discover your true nature.
This requires us to choose our long-term feeding partners with
great care. Casual feeding is discouraged as too many partners may
gossip and eventually learn what you have done to them by
comparing notes. Two or three regular partners are suggested, so
you may establish strong links with them and rotate them as the
need arises, so no single one is exhausted by your demands.
Our partners ideally must be awake enough to understand and
accept what we are or else our explanation of what we do to them
will be met only with scorn and incredulity. You must carefully
build a relationship up with a prospective partner, sounding out
their beliefs until you feel comfortable in entrusting them with
the truth of what you are. If you cannot feel comfortable in
telling them what you do to them, you should not use them as a
regular feeding partner.
We must select partners who are emotionally strong and mentally
stable. Those who are versed in the arts of the subtle reality are
preferable. The bond that we must share with someone in order to
feed deeply from them is profound indeed. It encompasses all
levels of being, physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional, and
it can be more than most ordinary folk can safely handle. Our
lovemaking and often even our casual contact touches them
profoundly on a more than physical level. Even for those who have
had some experience with the subtle reality, this is something
they have probably never experienced before and will never
experience with any partner save ourselves.
For some, this is too much. It ruins them for everything else.
They can easily become obsessed with us, and especially they will
become obsessed with what we can do to them. Such an obsession is
unhealthy for them as well as for us. Thus, we must give our love
carefully and diligently watch those whom we are close to for
signs of instability so we may protect them from the destruction
our nature inevitably wreaks.
The Kiss and the Curse