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28th Apr '16 8:40:24 AM NubianSatyress
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->''"I'm so evil! And skanky! [[ForeShadowing And I think I'm kinda gay.]]"''

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->''"I'm so evil! And skanky! [[ForeShadowing And I think I'm kinda gay.]]"''"''
28th Apr '16 8:02:44 AM Eievie
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->''"I'm so evil! And skanky! [[ForeShadowing And I think I'm kinda gay."'']]

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->''"I'm so evil! And skanky! [[ForeShadowing And I think I'm kinda gay."'']]]]"''



This blatant sexualisation sometimes leads to a variation -- the Bisexual Vampire. In this case, the sexy vampire will happily take people of any gender to bed, but her primary target for the duration of the story will usually be a woman.

A variation on the lesbian vampire, particularly in pornography and films aimed at the young male demographic, is the female victim who is seduced and converted by a vampire and -- either during the process of her seduction or after being transformed -- begins to find women sexually attractive. This is sometimes explained as the vampire warping her mind so that she can become one of his harem, but usually, it is assumed that as soon as a woman joins the ranks of the undead, she immediately starts playing for both teams -- such is the power of this trope.

This can result in UnfortunateImplications, specifically the idea that [[PsychoLesbian lesbianism]] or [[DepravedBisexual bisexuality]] is the result of a corruptive and malign influence, representative of moral decay. And if a female victim is transformed by a female vampire, it carries the implication that lesbian women are predatory and waiting to ensnare and 'convert' hapless heterosexual women. This ''can'' be presented as a positive or at least neutral thing however, such as becoming a vampire meaning that you're no longer bound to puritanical notions of sexuality that are often a part of human life, or can provide a convenient fantasy outlet. If you're going to be seduced by sexy minions of the night, no one will blame you for ''enjoying'' it, right?

In the works of some authors the GenderFlip version of this trope (i.e., male vampires attracted to other males) does exist; typically, they (like standard-issue female 'lesbian' vampires) are [[BiTheWay bisexual]] rather than exclusively same-sex attracted.

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This blatant sexualisation sometimes leads to a variation -- the variation--the Bisexual Vampire. In this case, the sexy vampire will happily take people of any gender to bed, but her primary target for the duration of the story will usually be a woman.

A variation on the lesbian vampire, particularly in pornography and films aimed at the young male demographic, is the female victim who is seduced and converted by a vampire and -- either and--either during the process of her seduction or after being transformed -- begins transformed--begins to find women sexually attractive. This is sometimes explained as the vampire warping her mind so that she can become one of his harem, but usually, it is assumed that as soon as a woman joins the ranks of the undead, she immediately starts playing for both teams -- such teams--such is the power of this trope.

This can result in UnfortunateImplications, specifically the idea that [[PsychoLesbian lesbianism]] or [[DepravedBisexual bisexuality]] is the result of a corruptive and malign influence, representative of moral decay. And if a female victim is transformed by a female vampire, it carries the implication that lesbian women are predatory and waiting to ensnare and 'convert' "convert" hapless heterosexual women. This ''can'' be presented as a positive or at least neutral thing however, such as becoming a vampire meaning that you're no longer bound to puritanical notions of sexuality that are often a part of human life, or can provide a convenient fantasy outlet. If you're going to be seduced by sexy minions of the night, no one will blame you for ''enjoying'' it, right?

In the works of some authors the GenderFlip version of this trope (i.e., male vampires attracted to other males) does exist; typically, they (like standard-issue female 'lesbian' "lesbian" vampires) are [[BiTheWay bisexual]] rather than exclusively same-sex attracted.
19th Apr '16 7:17:31 AM GlassRain
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* Ada in ''Webcomic/TheNightBelongsToUs'', developing a slow-burn romance with [[TomboyishName Hank]].
26th Mar '16 2:34:18 PM Delphi
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->''"I'm so evil! And skanky! And I think I'm kinda gay."''

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->''"I'm so evil! And skanky! [[ForeShadowing And I think I'm kinda gay."''"'']]
19th Feb '16 2:25:19 AM jpgaltmiller
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* ComicBook/LesbianZombiesFromOuterSpace: sure, they're zombies, but they're sexy female undead creatures who like to do only two things: make out with one another, and eat dick.

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* ComicBook/LesbianZombiesFromOuterSpace: ''ComicBook/LesbianZombiesFromOuterSpace'': sure, they're zombies, but they're sexy female undead creatures who like to do only two things: make out with one another, and eat dick.
19th Feb '16 2:04:17 AM jpgaltmiller
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* LesbianZombiesFromOuterSpace: sure, they're zombies, but they're sexy female undead creatures who like to do only two things: make out with one another, and eat dick.

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* LesbianZombiesFromOuterSpace: ComicBook/LesbianZombiesFromOuterSpace: sure, they're zombies, but they're sexy female undead creatures who like to do only two things: make out with one another, and eat dick.
18th Feb '16 1:33:27 AM jpgaltmiller
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*LesbianZombiesFromOuterSpace: sure, they're zombies, but they're sexy female undead creatures who like to do only two things: make out with one another, and eat dick.
27th Jan '16 9:37:08 AM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd'': Cress is a voluptuous female vampire who goes after Mitsuba in one scene, draping herself over her body when sucking her blood.
16th Jan '16 8:44:35 PM jormis29
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* The 1932 German film ''Vampyr'', loosely based on ''Carmilla'' and another Le Fanu story, features possibly the least attractive lesbian vampire ever: an old woman who lives in a coffin and preys on a teenager. Quite a bit of the film is MindScrew hallucination.

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* The 1932 German film ''Vampyr'', ''Film/{{Vampyr}}'', loosely based on ''Carmilla'' and another Le Fanu story, features possibly the least attractive lesbian vampire ever: an old woman who lives in a coffin and preys on a teenager. Quite a bit of the film is MindScrew hallucination.
4th Jan '16 1:01:35 PM john_e
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* The 1968 adaptation of ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' adds a scene where vampire-Lucy attempts (with reasonable success) to seduce Mina.
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