Vampirella Jewel — Post 6 Grrrl

by Alphaville Herald on 29/09/09 at 7:00 am

[I was helping friend and former Post6 model Shyayn Lusch run a fishing contest at her store and turnedaround to see the most gorgeous Neko creature I had ever seen. I askedher if she would pose for us and was thrilled that she said yes. Whenwe set up the shoot, I was disappointed when she explained in IM thatthe Neko look was a new one, and she would rather pose in her moreusual human look, but I was only disappointed until she teleported inand I got a look at her equally gorgeous human form. Without furtheradieu I present this week's Post 6 Grrrl Vampirella Jewel, I only hopeI have done her justice -Timothy Morpork]

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Greetings, Mortal & Immortal Readers.

I'm Vamp, known in SLas Lady 'Vampirella Jewel' Dragos or Lady Vamp. This is a forum rathernew to me, since I'm accustomed to standing on the other side of alens; so you can imagine my surprise when this gentleman I'd never metbefore IMs asking if I would like to pose. However, there is a firsttime for everything. So being, I will share with you some of who I am,both in and out of SL.

Vampirellawas lovingly created for a few reasons. As a young girl, I was acollector and fan of the 70s mag of the same name, and later the comicseries published in the late 80s. Once I discovered the online world ofgaming, she became much more than just a character, but a livingcreation with a full and vibrant history. During my time in the Corps,I was fondly nicknamed Vamp by the men in my unit and since I loved thename so much and the reason behind it, I kept it. Some would agree it'sa much nicer name than Bitch when a guy's libido gets shot down, but Iknow I'm a Bitch. It's a title I've proudly earned as my real son wouldreadily testify.

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While in SL, I enjoy participating in roleplay,when it's good, but mainly only bother with my own Carpathian roleplay.I'm a big fan of Christine Feehan's Dark Series, and because of itstarted the first Carpathian group in SL back in 2004 under anotheravatar. Not being your typical female, I loathe shopping in any world,and enjoy lounging at home and browsing Xstreet whenever possible. It'sthe SL thing to do after all. Recently, I've discovered a new fishingsystem called 7Seas and enjoy spending time at the many differentfishing locations around SL and meeting others.

I'veenjoyed playing a lot of the games offered in SL with friends andacquaintances over the years (UNA, Gammon, Greedy), but my favorite isGreedy. It's a very addictive dice game, so avoid it if you burn a holein your pocket easily. Most of the time you can find me running aroundSL in one form or another (Humanoid, Neko, Mermaid), but much of thetime I'm streaking about the grid in the all natural. I've been anactive nudist in my 1st life for over 20 years now and even raised myson in the lifestyle. I also actively participate in the BDSM communityin SL. As I have always been a somewhat aggressive and assertive woman,it was only natural I bring the real Domme into SL.

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Finally,when I'm not distracted by other things or completely bored, I enjoybuilding and creating. My first major build in SL was my dream home -Castle Dragos. As a disabled vet, I have way too much time on my hands,and SL gives me a multitude of things that I can do and enjoy to fillthat time, all while meeting people from all over the world. But itstill goes without saying, I am one of those hardnosed women whodoesn't give a flying shit what anyone thinks. This is my Secondlife,and I live it my way. In the meantime, sweet creams, everyone.

33 Responses to “Vampirella Jewel — Post 6 Grrrl”

  1. Vampire Fan

    Sep 29th, 2009

    Wow. Those are truly incredible pictures.
    Good job

  2. Bonnie

    Sep 29th, 2009

    Boring. Oh gee, another “Domme” with huge breasts running around naked. Ho hum.

  3. Vamp

    Sep 29th, 2009

    Haha. Very funny, darlin. Actually they aren’t huge but average sized. Perhaps you should get a smaller pair of glasses so everything will quit looking so BIG to you or else find other reading material more suited to your level.

  4. I'm Just Saying

    Sep 29th, 2009


    Love the photos, great work +1

    Everything else, -9000. Dull, predictable, seen thousands of you.

    Welcome to the Herald comments. Raep is imminent.

  5. Vamp

    Sep 29th, 2009

    I’m just saying, it is only imminent when those with limited minds and imaginations are allowed to use their parents computer. Remember, kiddies, if you can’t say anything nice, it’s adult to say nothing at all. Contrary to the beliefs of those with no imagination or creativity, this site is not here for you to express you frustration or petty jealousies, it is a way to show off many of the varied and interesting people that can be found in SL – no matter their shape, size, or coloring. Just enjoy the photo work and the little bit of insight you get into each character and move on. Which is exactly what I would do, if it were you on the other side of the lens.

  6. Skye D.

    Sep 29th, 2009

    Hehe…you’re lucky, Vamp. You got a nice nickname while in the Corps. I was known as “Beaker”, ’cause I was such a geeky dork. ;o)

    That’s a very lovely avatar that you have. And no, the boobs aren’t that big. Better to stay within what the sliders provide you, instead of running around wearing a ridiculous pair of prim tits.

    Very nice pictures, Timothy. :o )

  7. Kae

    Sep 30th, 2009

    “Sassy,” self-righteous middle-aged housewife domme expresses gigantic care-levels.

    If it weren’t for the fact she’s so hilariously out of proportion with her 45 bust and her 25 hips, clothing choices only a mentally-damaged Gorean could love, and the tasteless deep-red painted-on lipstick characteristic of a low-rent hooker, her words might actually be tolerable.

    But instead, she’s just another bored housewife passing herself off as some sexy domme au natural. The words she wrote are almost unnecessary, as anyone who has been in SL longer than 6 months could call it just from looking at her.

    She must feel so subjugated in real life, that she comes onto SLH and tries to tell the forum at large what is and is not appropriate for the site; what the site does and does not exist for. It must be sad to be someone so mentally broken that you feel you must control the most minute things, to dictate discussion on a fairly open forum that you have no actual control over.

    It’s almost as if her personality is as ugly as her avatar. A funny little coincidence.

  8. I'm Just Saying

    Sep 30th, 2009


    “it is a way to show off many of the varied and interesting people that can be found in SL”

    Exactly! I’m in complete agreement with you!

    So why are you here again?

    Your avatar is very nice I’ll grant you but “varied and interesting” don’t apply. SL is absolutely riddled with thousands of big-boobed BDSM vampire dommes into RP blah blah blah etc. No one is questioning your choice of whether you enjoy living your SL the way you see fit. My issue is merely that you hardly class as “varied and interesting” although you yourself are no doubt a fine person to know. Post 6 should only be partly about showcasing beautiful avatars. It also needs to be about people who are unique. Otherwise why bother having the bio piece at all? We could just have type sections of text to be cut and pasted. I was actually more interested to read the story about the guy with the racing track and how he used voice to get around problems with his hands. Something that shows how people use SL in interesting ways to express themselves or solve problems.

  9. Vamp

    Sep 30th, 2009

    Kae, darlin, green is so very your color. I highly recommend you might want to move back in with your parents so you can finish growing up and get over your childish jealousy of those superior to you, not only in looks but in intelligence as well. And furthermore, there is no housewife here. It is best to know your subject before passing judgment, I highly suggest you take a peek here –

    Then I will ‘think’ of taking anything you say seriously. You strike me as another who loves to see their words in type and again someones parents should be monitoring their computer usage. It is very pathetic when the losers of the world have nothing better to do with their time than to spout off nothing more than verbal immaturity.

    Furthermore, for those who wish to know, and so you are educated as well, the skin is a Redgrave, and one of their best. You might want to look into one for yourself. As far as ugly personalities here, yours has shown to be much uglier than anything I could come up with even on my worst days, DARLIN. And I am fully aware that the same lying, cheating, worthless pieces of fluff Ive had to deal with over the years in SL, those with no honor or even self respect, are going to come out of the woodwork like roaches at a feast. So being, do enjoy your little spats, because they just show all the more how truly pathetic and worthless you are.

    I’m just saying, since we weren’t given a specific text count on creating our bios, I tried to keep it as simple and short as possible. In reference to your statement above on the player with the race track using voice to get around problems with his hands, I also utilize voice whenever possible for the same reason, but was not going to go into detail on how my disability affects my hands and other long winded medical jargon.

    Before submitting my bio, I checked out this site to get an idea of how others did their own, and seeing it was basically a publication for showcasing some of the variety of avatars found in SL, I limited myself to just the specifics. Anyone wishes to know more detail, you are welcome to check out the link I posted above to my site on, vampdragos on myspace, or you can check my in-world profile.

  10. marilyn murphy

    Sep 30th, 2009

    im inclined to like her bio. i think i might enjoy meeting vamp.

    varied and interesting. hmmmm. aside from those dealing with self-loathing/inferiority-complex issues, don’t most people consider themselves rather varied and interesting? *im just saying* arent we once again trying to change the post six thing? someone wanted it to be more relevant to womens issues or something recently, now u just want it to be more relevant, period. stop it.

  11. Stephan Peck

    Sep 30th, 2009

    “I’m just saying, it is only imminent when those with limited minds and imaginations are allowed to use their parents computer. Remember, kiddies, if you can’t say anything nice, it’s adult to say nothing at all.”

    Nice concept, pity you proceeded that thought with an insult of your own. Way to fail.
    I love how folks come here and expect they will be the one, the only one. To pose for this site and NOT get any negative reactions.

    Sorry, its going to happen. You will get flamed, you will get critiqued, and you will get abuse. You simply arnt special enough to avoid it. If you don’t want it, don’t pose. Its pretty simple.

  12. I'm Just Saying

    Sep 30th, 2009

    @Marilyn Murphy

    For the record, it wasn’t me who tried to recently raise wimminz issues here in the Post 6 comments, either as myself or an alt or whatever. That’s for other people to raise if they so choose (although see my comment below about Post 6 raising interesting discussion points).

    Personally I’d just like Post 6 to showcase more interesting people, not just people with nice avatars although that’s obviously a big part of the concept. Thank you for asking me to stop doing so. I’ve taken your request under consideration. No, I won’t stop, thanks all the same so feel free to stop pretending that Post 6 is your personal property. I’ll voice my opinion all I want thank you. Don’t like that? Feel free to bawww some before going off to found your own internet where you can control all opinions and comments.

    Meanwhile, I’ll continue hoping that we can have the occasional Post 6 Grrrl who isn’t a huge-boobed BDSM Domme Vampire/Gorean roleplayer with spiky bits. Then again, would the Herald comments every Tuesday be as much fun if we did?

    Consider the recent Post 6 Grrrls where we’ve had weight issues in both directions. Regardless of the comments just made for the sake of being mean, they raised some interesting discussions. And we’ve had some other examples too if you look back. Why can’t we have more of those instead of the kind of people I can see every ten seconds inworld?

  13. jom

    Sep 30th, 2009

    Not to jump in on the party really, but I really like the first picture. The others are pretty conventional. Other than that, always nice to see a Post Sixx spat in the comments! :D

  14. Obvious Schism

    Sep 30th, 2009

    I like seeing ‘disabled’ and ‘vet’ in the same sentence. This thread strikes me as one that has the potential to break the mould. However, I have been known to be wrong on several occasions before.

  15. We

    Sep 30th, 2009

    I just find it amusing that Vamp said:

    “Remember, kiddies, if you can’t say anything nice, it’s adult to say nothing at all.”

    after saying:

    “Perhaps you should get a smaller pair of glasses so everything will quit looking so BIG to you or else find other reading material more suited to your level.”

  16. Edna

    Oct 1st, 2009

    Good grief with all the negativity on both sides here people. Maybe you’d all feel better about life if you got naked and sat on some chickens with Pappy.

  17. Chicken Liberation Front Of Second Life

    Oct 1st, 2009


    *burst of dramatic music*

    NOOOOO one expects the Chicken Inquisition! You are a heretic sinner, conspiring against the Pope’s chikkins! And you will FEAR his Chicken Inquisition! Our main weapon is surprise, surprise and fear! Our TWO main weapons are surprise, fear and the ability to lay eggs! Our THREE main weapons are surprise, fear, the ability to lay eggs and the ability to scratch in the dirt! Amongst our many weaponry are such diverse elements as surprise, fear, the ability to lay eggs, the ability to scratch in the dirt and this weird noise we make in the backs of our throats that’s a bit warbly.


    /me pokes Edna with the cushions!

  18. Vamp

    Oct 1st, 2009

    We, I was showing concern for Bonnie’s visual problems and thought it necessary to point that out to her. One really shouldn’t use defective lenses, they can make your vision even worse.

  19. Mai Mcconnell

    Oct 1st, 2009

    welcome to the grrls Vamp

  20. We

    Oct 1st, 2009

    I was less referring to the section where you suggest a change of eyewear, and more referring to the section where you suggest that he is incapable of basic reading skills.

    P.S.: Proportionately, speaking as an artist, your breasts are huge. One of them is about the same size as your head.

  21. Jumpman Lane

    Oct 1st, 2009

    Timpthy Morporked lol atleast its a LADY!

  22. Vamp

    Oct 1st, 2009

    As AN artist, I can honestly say YOU are seeing things; her breasts are only midway on the bust slider under appearance (which is slightly more than my real shape), so your view is on the same scale as Bonnie’s, completely distorted. Plus as an artist, one must take into account the position and stance of the subject in regards to the background and lighting used. So, of course, to the untrained eye, some things will look bigger than others. If you weren’t in so much of a hurry to post your simple reply, you might have paid a bit more attention to the details.

    Subject is turned slightly to the left away from the photographer, which gives the shot an angled pose, showing a bit of the right side of the body itself blending with chest and stomach in the front. In other words, you are seeing the natural swell of the breast which gives shape and form to the body from the side, which of course gives the impression of a larger breast from the view given in the photo because of the shadowing. This has nothing to do with the shape, the skin, or even the model but totally lies in the photography itself.

    Furthermore, it’s my avatars body, big busted or not, it’s not here for your pleasure but my own. I intentionally got a shape that was slightly bigger than my own real shape with a bit of a tan. Being an average bust size with very light skin and red hair in real, I wanted what I thought was better for my avatar. Just as you created yours the way you prefer, so did I. So in other words, she was not created to make YOU or anyone else happy, just me. So get over the breast envy (You do have real ones of your own, right??) or fetish or whatever your hang up is or get a girlfriend and move on.

    And finally, I would be very happy to give anyone who needs a better view of the actual shape of my avatar a bird’s eye view, and you can see for yourself that her shape is completely proportional in every way, it was simply the lighting and the photography that gave a different impression. A true artist and anyone with some small amount of photography experience would know that.

  23. Scylla Rhiadra

    Oct 1st, 2009

    “. . . [S]omeone wanted it to be more relevant to womens issues or something recently, now u just want it to be more relevant, period. stop it.”

    I’m guessing that Marilyn’s first sentence here is probably a reference to me . . . For the record, I did NOT suggest that Post 6 needed to be “more relevant to women’s issues”; what I was simply doing was interpreting Post 6 with reference to social and cultural issues that particularly pertain to women. And as most things in our cultural DO pertain to women in one way or another, that seems to me to be fairly legitimate. I think a column in the Herald on women’s issues WOULD be great: Post 6 ain’t every going to be it, however.

    I do, however, more generally want to echo I’m Just Saying’s point about using Post 6 to highlight the “varied and interesting.” I’d go further, in fact, and suggest that it would be refreshing to see more real diversity and difference here. I applaud, for that reason, the Post 6 on Mairead McConnell, as she at least challenges conventional representations of, and thinking about, women’s body shapes in SL. Her post, in other words, was thought-provoking, which is surely something to be looked for in an online newspaper feature?

    Vampirella seems articulate and intelligent; I admire her willingness to respond directly to those who criticize her. But I don’t see much here that is really likely to elicit thought or interest. That’s no reflection on Vamp herself: I don’t think a story on me would be any more interesting. As for Vampirella, I don’t question her choices or lifestyle; what I DO question is Tim’s apparent belief that a feature upon her contributes anything more than an addition to internet noise, and another small hit of mildly salacious pixelated flesh.

    It’s not about intruding “women’s issues” into the Herald. It’s about trying to inject a bit of intelligence and thoughtfulness into this vast sea of online verbiage.

  24. marilyn murphy

    Oct 2nd, 2009

    @at scylla: gasp, i apologize for forgetting your name, sheesh my memory sux so much anymore. all you say is correct and yeah the attempt to elicit thought or discussion and more interest is a good goal.
    @im just saying: read above. so yeah u are right also.

    ha ha. look. for the record, and as i remember it. years ago, in a galaxy far far away. urizenus visited me and we talked a bit about a feature he wanted to do in the herald called post sixx. he said something about it resembling some london, england newspaper post 3 spot, where some bikini clad cutey filled a page and the editors made a few inane remarks about her. cheesy, sexy, fluff. i have never seen this paper. he said nudity would be part of post sixx. ok. i made the small change that the model would talk about herself, rather than have others comment on her.
    i took it to mean, and approached it as, a cheesecake fun thing. i tried very hard to be very inclusive and do a wide cross section of avatars.
    as to vamp being ordinary, or someone u can run across all the time. hmmm. cant all of us be put in a box? cant you say about the vast majority of avatars they fit some mold u can see all the time? from the guy on the make, to the cerebral builder type to the clothes designers or the models or the strippers or the fashionistas or the star trek folk or the goreans or furries or etc… i think i can be listed among the dumb barbie bimbos myself here.
    it wasn’t described to me as a deeply meaningful article ever. it is fun for the photographer and the model really. the desire for serious anything about post sixx just seems misplaced to my poor lil raisin like brain.

  25. We

    Oct 2nd, 2009

    I’m amused you’re so touchy about this.

    I was not making a comment on what my opinion was on whether such a feature is good or not, but rather that proportionately speaking, they are. Either your breasts are too big or your head is too small.

    Your avatar is for yourself, but if you want to post it on a site, especially one such as the Herald and Post Six which is notorious for criticism and insults of the people, you better expect some comments on your choices.

  26. bornbeautiful

    Oct 2nd, 2009

    I think she looks fine. The breast are a bit large to the body, but Redgrave skins are notorious for making you look like you have fake breast implants. The faces are outstanding, though. Cut the woman a break. Her avatar is attractive and you men (and some women) complaining know you would smash in a minute if she let you. LOL!

  27. Jumpman Lane

    Oct 2nd, 2009

    if u wanna destroy my sweater, pull this thread as i walk away :P

  28. Vamp

    Oct 2nd, 2009

    Or your eyes are out of whack. You forgot that one. Has nothing to do at all with the shape or the skin, its the angle of the shot.

  29. jomin j

    Oct 2nd, 2009

    /me’s eyes grow wide at Vampirella’s last…blowout.

    Oh…I smell a lolcow. :D

  30. Scylla Rhiadra

    Oct 3rd, 2009

    LOL! No need to apologize for forgetting my name, Marilyn. You have merely, in any case, unintentionally reinforced my point about my own lack of remarkableness!

    I entirely get that Post 6 is a fluff piece, and that it is supposed to be fun. Not EVERYTHING need be a hard news story, or a profoundly philosophical exploration of the human condition, etc., etc. That said, however, even fluff pieces need to be interesting (if not necessarily “serious”) if they are to sustain attention. Granted that the main appeal of Post 6 for many is probably the pics, these too need to be interesting; there is, after all, no shortage of scantily clad perfect bodies in SL.

    I very much agree with and applaud your decision to have the models write their own bios, although not all are capable of doing a very satisfactory job of this. I think, perhaps, one way of improving Post 6 might be to pay a bit more attention to THIS facet of prospective models.

    I don’t know that I think that Vamp is “ordinary.” It’s true that one can compartmentalize anyone, but it’s equally true that no one is really a stereotype. We are all, in the immortal words of Monty Python, individuals. The TRICK is focussing on what it is about ourselves that makes us different. Vamp is, I’m sure, very interesting as a person: the problem here is that she PRESENTS herself as rather ordinary.

    Maybe Timothy needs to develop an aptitude for helping models express what it is about themselves that makes them distinctive and unique?

    (As a sidebar: I hate that there is no other real venue for discussing these issues other than the comments section of the actual feature. I dislike talking about the models in the third person, and am actually pretty uncomfortable with the fact that comments like this seem to be focussed upon judging the individual, rather than upon discussing the feature itself.)

  31. Carmen

    Oct 4th, 2009

    As im realy quite a simple person as im sure most have laready noticed ill just say she looks wonderful and the pictures as usual are well taken

  32. Obvious Schism

    Oct 5th, 2009

    “…the main appeal of Post 6 for many is probably the pics…”

    Other than noticing that they exist, I never look at the pictures. In fact, in one recent Herald article, there were so many pictures that I felt compelled to complain:

  33. Iostalin

    Nov 27th, 2012

    Darlin, i love you. You are best, and your taste is best. No matter, what they say. :)

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