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17th Jun '16 3:33:46 PM Emperor_Oshron
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* This is a possibility in ''TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'', both straight and inverted examples, partly because marriage is a feature of the game. For functionality, the player can marry any applicable character regardless of their or their spouses gender, so BiTheWay is in full effect. It's also possible to become a vampire in-game, requiring the player to drink the blood of the living to nullify some negative effects. Naturally, this means that the player can choose any sleeping [=NPC=] (or use Vampire's Seduction when they're awake) to feed on, including ones of the same gender as the player character. It's practically ''recommended'' that the player get married if they're a vampire so that they can feed on their spouse while they sleep, reducing the risk of being caught and having a ready supply of blood without much other trouble.
7th Jun '16 6:26:12 PM Willbyr
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* Noel Ambrose from the ''{{Karin}}'' novels.

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* Noel Ambrose from the ''{{Karin}}'' ''Manga/{{Karin}}'' novels.
20th May '16 6:10:34 PM cesario
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* ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' OAV episode 5, "Moonlight Rambler", has overtones of this.

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* ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' OAV episode 5, "Moonlight Rambler", has overtones of this.this with two escaped SexBots who must drink blood in order to stay alive.
17th May '16 3:33:21 AM WillBGood
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* Arayna from ''Webcomic/EternalKnights'' is a lesbian vampire, and makes it known that she is not interested in being MacKnight's sexual stress relief [[http://eternalknightsuniverse.com/comics/117/ on this page]]; aware of her orientation, MacKnight refers to her with the derogatory nickname "Tuna Salad".

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* Arayna from ''Webcomic/EternalKnights'' is a lesbian vampire, and makes it known that she is not interested in being MacKnight's [=MacKnight=]'s sexual stress relief [[http://eternalknightsuniverse.com/comics/117/ on this page]]; aware of her orientation, MacKnight [=MacKnight=] refers to her with the derogatory nickname "Tuna Salad".
17th May '16 3:08:03 AM WillBGood
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* Averted in The Orion Experience song "Vampire", where she definitely preys on men.
10th May '16 5:19:34 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** There's some homoerotic tension between the girlish vampire Miyu and the shamaness Himeko, who attempts to fight against her.

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** There's some [[FoeYay homoerotic tension tension]] between the girlish vampire Miyu and the shamaness Himeko, who attempts to fight against her.her.
** The fourth OAV has a scene from Miyu's past where [[spoiler: she tearfully tells Larva that she has just bit one of her school mates, and according to her that took place when she was staring at the other girl and thinking about how pretty she was...]]
6th May '16 8:06:15 AM PumpkinMuffin
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The lesbian vampire is an [[OlderThanRadio old trope]], stretching back to the 19th century novella ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' by Sheridan Le Fanu, which heavily inspired Bram Stoker's rather more famous ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''. However, it didn't return into popular consciousness until the 1970s, when Film/HammerHorror made numerous films in which voluptuous countesses nibbled nubile young women. Since then, the trope has pretty much become the default setting for most female vampires, adding an extra layer of titillation to an already heavily sexualised mythological creature.

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The lesbian vampire is an [[OlderThanRadio old trope]], stretching back to the Coleridge's late 18th-early 19th century poem "Christabel" and the 1872 novella ''Literature/{{Carmilla}}'' by Sheridan Le Fanu, which heavily inspired Bram Stoker's rather more famous ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''. However, it didn't return into popular consciousness until the 1970s, when Film/HammerHorror made numerous films in which voluptuous countesses nibbled nubile young women. Since then, the trope has pretty much become the default setting for most female vampires, adding an extra layer of titillation to an already heavily sexualised mythological creature.



* Erzsébeth Báthory, the "Blood Countess", is a disturbing real-life example, if all (or even some) of the legends surrounding her are to be believed. She is said to have had "trysts" with her lesbian aunt, molested all the young maids under her care, and ended their contracts by ritualistically raping and then [[BloodBath draining their blood into her bathtub in which she would bathe]].

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* Erzsébeth Báthory, the "Blood Countess", is a disturbing real-life example, if all (or even some) of the legends surrounding her are to be believed. She is said to have had "trysts" with her lesbian aunt, aunt and was rumored to have molested all her female servants and later the young maids under pupils at her care, and ended their contracts by ritualistically raping and then finishing school before torturing them to death. (The [[BloodBath draining legend about her bathing in their blood into blood]] was invented later, and never mentioned during her bathtub in which she would bathe]].lifetime.)
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]].
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