VampLure was designed as a trashy women’s magazine specifically for those ladies who want to have relationships with vampires. But beware roving feminists, VampLure is not an empowering sexual advice rag. It is modeled after the magazines of the 40′s and 50′s—those that taught women how to please and keep their men.
Why take such an anti-modern approach? Because if vampires did exist, they would have ‘enjoyed’ centuries of gender-based dominance, and a few decades of empowered women probably wouldn’t change their ways.
Remember, VampLure is supposed to be fun—it’s not meant to be a statement or advice site. It’s satire.
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