Hemoglobin Goblins

How do people play with blood in public? Jack Boulware counts ze vays.

We once winced at the idea of nipple and navel rings. Will blood ever become as trendy as tattoos and body piercings? Will blood boutiques line groovy shopping districts of major cities, offering cuttings and laser scar removal? Or will there be those who believe that blood-cutting rituals are just too tame? Will they attempt limb removal in the name of spiritual empowerment?

Those with a cultural curiosity for the next big primitive thing may want to keep following the roving lens of Charles Gatewood.

"It's hard to see how they'll commodify this one," Gatewood says. "Maybe they'll have little vampire kits at Macy's."

Or perhaps it is Danielle Willis who will lead the way.
"People have seen folks hung by their dicks, practically, but blood is still a medium that hasn't reached saturation level yet," she says. "When it does, I'm ready to come in with pus! Squeezing pus!

"That's right, Charles, we're going to make a book called True Pus!

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