[I]f a vampire male and a vampire woman, both new to the dark gift were deprived of blood, would they both show similar results to these of mortal man and woman? Maybe this was a silly question of me to think of, but once again curiosity has the best of me. What are your thoughts on this?
All new vampires, both male and female alike, have a voracious appetite. The vampire body needs blood to complete the transformation. Even after the body dies, there remains to be done a more gradual metamorphosis at the cellular level. It is not as if in the snap of a finger every bit of the body is suddenly impenetrably immortal. No, not at all.
Rather, the cells change, and they change faster when they have a lot blood to fuel them. It is not human blood that is required, but vampire blood. The blood consumed from a human is quickly made into the blood of the immortal, which feeds into the cells and further hardens and strengthens them. The cells crave to be made to their vampire completion. And they need a lot of blood to turn flesh and organ, every tissue of the body, immortal.
Essentially, every cell of the vampire body is thirsty for blood, and you can feel the hunger in each and every one of them. It makes a new vampire so very hungry. The feeling is so intensely powerful at times that you would do anything to feed. I remember this hunger as overwhelming. It was no longer the hunger of a man, but the hunger of a vampire body screaming to be fulfilled and strengthened. This kind of hunger does not discern based on mortal gender.
This is also why a vampire made from an older, stronger immortal feels less hunger when they are newly made. Take for instance Jesse. She never experienced the hunger of a new fledgling vampire because the blood of Maharet was so strong that it hardened her, completed the transformation, in mere seconds. Fascinating to think about. The reason for this, of course, is that the stronger the vampire blood, the more efficient and effective it is at completing the transition.