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November 03, 2023
Watch: Ohio Woman Identifies As A Vampire But Not One Of The Bad Ones, Says She Follows A “Higher Path”
This is not some Fang-tasy.
Hellen Schweizer identifies as a real vampire and Oct. 31, 2023, marked the two-year anniversary of her vampiric epiphany that set her “free”.
There is no turning back for the 28-year-old woman who identifies as a real vampire, as she wears fangs, red lipstick with a "Phoenix eye," punctuated by red, orange, and yellow, and a beak and a tail. She also wears a white shirt with "flowy sleeves" and a black cape.
"It's my go-to look,” she told USA Today.
The Ohio woman has gotten attention on social media and has also been accepted by her hometown of Wooster, where people are more “intrigued” than anything, she said. However, the true acceptance came after she posted about her identity on TikTok.
My life as a vampire. #ohio #onlyinohio #vampire #vamptok #vampirediaries #vampiregirl #vampiregoth #vampiresarereal #vampiregirlfriend #halloweenlook #vampluencer
This is really a lot of effort. All she has to say is she is “delusional and unemployed.”
But she said living like this "just felt right” for her.
With over 10,000 followers on her platform, she posts content about her life as a vampire.
But don’t worry, because the self-proclaimed vampire said her identity is more about feelings than actually practicing vampire things, like sucking blood.
"I'm not interested in sucking anyone's blood," she said. "Not every vampire is bad," attacking people or offering human sacrifices. "I follow a higher path,” she said.
But how did she know she was a vampire?
Well, it dawned on her because she was never really a fan of the sun as it always made her feel nauseous.
A 2015 survey found that 5,000 people identify as real vampires in the United States, and some of them do drink blood from donors who give it to them at their will.
She does not believe she is immortal and has also promised that if she starts scaring people, she will put an end to all this madness. You know, because she wouldn’t want to give anyone a pain in the neck.
If she were to ever give up her vampire ways, she is likely to take up Bat-minton.
But don’t bat an eye at this story because we are not far off from the left demanding we accept these people. In fact, it is already happening.
A woke-fighting California school teacher tested a "crisis" hotline for kids promoted by a public school system.
She posed as an 11-year-old girl on a “Crisis Text Line” to talk live to a teen counselor.
“I said that I wanted to identify as a vampire cat,” Lebsack recalls. “These are teens counseling teens, and the teen counselor affirmed me as a vampire cat.”
“You can identify however you want to identify!” The counselor said. “Gender identity is something that can constantly change for a person, so I feel like you can choose how you identify based on how you feel.”
In 2015, MTV News spoke with Idaho State University's Social Work Program Director, Dr. DJ Williams, about his findings in a study on "real vampires" who have an interest in ingesting "a tiny amount of blood" from donors or animals.
And Williams said that vampires in monster fiction stories do more harm than good to the “real” vampire community.
"In some ways it hurts the real vampire community because that’s what people's interpretation of vampires comes from," he said. "Real vampires are not what people think. They don’t fit the stereotype."
What was the conclusion of this man's study? Well, that all identities, including vampires, deserve judgment-free treatment.
This is not some fang-fiction. Vampire cats are real, and they are about to drive everyone batty.