Vampire Gloves

Sensation play with a bit of 'bite'

Give a willing submissive a surprise with vampire gloves

Fans of sensation play with a bit of a bite will want to look into vampire gloves. Usually made of leather, these gloves take their name from the dozens of pinpricks to be found in the palm - perfect for stroking, scratching and spanking a willing submissive who enjoys a little surprise. Be careful, though! While these gloves can be used to enhance all manner of interesting sensations, they are often genuinely sharp - so it's important to try out what you plan to do on yourself first, to make sure you know just how hard it's safe to go with them.

What are vampire gloves?  

Vampire gloves are gloves with bite, they are often made of leather but can be made of rubber and other materials too. The distinctive feature of these gloves are the spikes that cover the inside palm and fingers of them, giving them a distinctive feel against the skin.

Are vampire gloves just for spanking?

No, vampire gloves can easily be used for gentle sensation play too.

How do you use vampire gloves?

The dominant wears the vampire glove just like you would wear any other kind. Just be careful when putting them on not to spike yourself! Once on, the gloves can be gently traced over a subs naked flesh or used for gripping and spanking. The spikes will break the skin if used with any real pressure, making these gloves ideal for blood play.

How do you clean vampire gloves?

It is essential to sterilise your gloves after each use. Many dominants will keep them for use with one sub only as they are hard to keep completely clean, especially if leather. Many sanitising sprays and solutions can’t be used on leather. However, reptile cleaner can be used safely on leather and can be purchased at pet stores.

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ABOUT ME:

I don't initiate contact.

I'm a writer and soon-to-be author (hopefully). One of my passions is cooking. I briefly trained as a chef, which means that I'm a whizz in the kitchen! Wouldn't say that I'm a fully-fledged chef, but I know enough to get by and not starve to death or get food poisoning... and die.

I'm a deep thinker. I'm spiritual (NOT religious) and believe in the power of Chi. I believe in ghosts, other worlds, multiverses, and dimensions. I'm into meditation and self-improvement and self analysis. I'm a free-thinker and tend to think independently from the masses. I naturally deviate from convention.

I'm not a people person. I'm misanthropic. I can't stress that enough. I tend to connect better with "weird" people and people who deviate from "normality."

I don't really care about distance. I mean, let's be honest, the chance of meeting a compatible soul is improbable as it is, if you restrict it by means of geography and location, the "improbable" becomes the "impossible". Besides, it's 2023, not 1723. Distances can be bridged with the aid of heavy machinery.

It takes a while to properly forge a strong relationship: It requires respect, trust, honesty, compatibility, and communication. None of those things come easily or without dedication, conviction, and time.

I'm a sapiosexual as well as a demisexual. I find intelligence very, very hot! I require a mental, emotional, and spiritual bond before I can even think of developing a dynamic.

I'm an introvert. I'm private and I don't like being the centre of attention. In fact, I like to keep as far back from people and the spotlight as possible.

I'm not a social media person.

My communication method of choice is emails. With emails, you're able to convey mass amounts of information and details without interruption, therefore making the "getting to know you" process relatively quick.

I'm deep, introspective, pensive, and morose. I feel more at ease and happiest when I'm alone. I barely tolerate people.

Movies: Fright Night 1 & 2, The Lost Boys, Barefoot in the park, Breakfast at Tiffany's, My Fair Lady, Casablanca, Jerry Maguire, Serendipity, Say Anything, Almost Famous, Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's day off, Weird Science, Elvira: Mistress of the dark, Elvira: Haunted Hills, Dirty Dancing, The Big Sick, Star Wars (The original trilogy), Firefly, Shadow of the Vampire, Interview with the Vampire, Dracula (1931).

Television: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, It's Always sunny in Philadelphia, Wednesday, Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Sex and the City, Family Guy, The Simpsons, Scrubs. South Park.

Author/Writer: Jane Austen, Edgar Allen Poe, Bram Stoker, The Bronte Sisters, Emily Dickinson.

Music: The Smiths, The Cure, AC/DC


ABOUT ME: (Kink)

My form of Dominance is one of psychology.

It's my belief that before you control a body or be placed to be in control over a body, you must first take control of the mind:

I want to know how you think, I want to know how your mind works, what you love, what you like, what you hate, and what you dislike. I want to know about your formative years, your upbringing, your parents, your family, etc.

As far as kink goes, I want to know about your experience as well as your dream dynamic. I want to know what turns you on, what your limits are and how willing you are to expand your horizons, etc.

A good relationship is all about growth. It's all about learning and maturing and discovering new kinks, but also about cultivating existing kinks.

This dynamic will be a living, breathing organism. It'll grow and develop and mature. It will be 24/7. It'll be all consuming, and it will be a life choice.

At work, you will be my submissive. At the supermarket and at the mall and out in public, you will be owned by me. Your every breath will contain a whisper that I own. Every thought will contain a note that I control.

It will be all-encompassing.

I want a relationship based on TPE. I'm not into "keeping it in the bedroom/behind closeddoors", as that sounds too much like roleplay.

You will learn from me, you will be taught, I will sculpt and mould and nurture you and train you to be the greatest version of yourself that you can be.

I'll listen. I'll be your teacher, your mentor, your confidant, your protector as well as your best friend.

I can not stress that enough. For a D/s dynamic to work, it has to be built on friendship. There must be trust and respect and communication, and compatibility. Every cylinder must be firing

We will be a team. We will listen, talk, laugh, and learn from the other. Our bond will be stronger than any metal or element known to man.

This isn't an easy connection to develop. It takes honesty, trust, communication, and absolute dedication and faith. Come into this half-hearted, and it will not work.

My kinks: Watersports, psychological Dominance, fiscal Domination, Goth, taboo, skull-fucking, anal, CNC, rape play, bimbofication, food control, starvation kink, body modification, behaviour modification, body transformation, body modification, body writing, deepthroat, TPE, puke, chains, leather, outfits, DP (with dildos, etc), toys, edging, Vampirism (Hematolagnia), tasks, raceplay.

Hard limits: Poly and scat.

BDSM/Fetish Family18 to 99 years UK, Hamilton 4 months ago

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