In addition to Therians, Furries, Otherkin and every category of trans you can imagine, you got your Vampires - coming out of the coffin...
“Most vampires believe they were born that way; they don’t choose this,” Williams said.
Research led by D.J. Williams, director of social work at Idaho State University, indicated that people who identify themselves as “real” vampires – that is, needing others’ blood to gain energy – would not disclose their practices to those in the helping professions and risk reactions like ridicule, disgust and possible diagnosis of a mental illness.
Williams, who has studied self-identified vampires for nearly a decade, finds they come from every walk of life and profession, including doctors, attorneys and candlestick makers.
“They are successful, ordinary people,” he said. - ReutersThat's what he thinks.
So anyway ...
Don't judge me.