Tuesday, February 13, 2007

It didn't start with Anita Blake

And you thought that Anne Rice, Laurel K. Hamilton and a legion of internet faux-goth slash/fic writers were the ones that originated creepy vampire porn fiction? Think again!

For the true origin of vampire pornography look no further than this excerpt from the original Dracula novel by Bram Stoker, published in 1897.

Chapter 15

Van Helsing went about his work systematically. Holding his candle so that he could read the coffin plates, and so holding it that the sperm dropped in white patches which congealed as they touched the metal, he made assurance of Lucy's coffin. Another search in his bag, and he took out a turnscrew.
That irrepressible Bram!

So, how many knew that sperm has a few definitions other than that of part of a genetic delivery system? Read a book, you!


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