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In fact, those vampire who do dress a certain way or wear fangs do so long after realizing their desire to take blood.
This is what might be called a “defiant culture.” Real vampires embrace their instinctual need to feed on blood or energy and use what mainstream culture sees as a negative, deviant figure like the vampire to achieve a sense of self-empowerment.
These are just some of the cultural markers real vampires adopt to express a shared (and, according to them, biological) essence – they need blood (human or animal) or psychic energy from donors in order to feel healthy.
Their self-described nature begins to manifest around or just after puberty.
They performed blood-letting rituals safely and only with willing donors and participated regularly in medical exams that scarcely (if ever) indicated complications from their feeding practices.
What was perhaps most surprising about the vampires I met though was their marked lack of knowledge about vampires in popular culture.
However, despite their humanitarian efforts, real vampires don’t go around advertising who they are for fear of discrimination by people who simply don’t understand them.
Some semblance of the real vampire community has existed since at least the early to mid-1970s, but my own dealings began in 2009 when I entered the New Orleans community clinging to my digital voice recorder.
I eventually met around 35 real vampires there, but the total number in New Orleans is easily double that.
They show us how repressive and oppressive categories can lead to marginalization. More generally, this community shows that being different doesn’t have to force you onto the margins of society.
Real vampires can and do exist in both “normal” society and their own communities, and that’s okay.
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Some were married, some were divorced and some were parents.