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Sex and vampires

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Of all the monsters of fiction, the only one primaly associated with sex is the vampire.

Throughout the history of vampire lore, gender and sexuality have played an important role in the appearance and behaviors of the vampire.

Just as our culture has become secularized and sexualized, the vampire's religious associations have been replaced primarily by sexual associations. Eventually, the vampire became an instrument of fiction and its relationship with gender changed again. 

 

 

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