Homo-erotic or hetero-erotic doesn't matter, in the end all erotic fiction is auto-erotic.
Geek Speaking: The Vampire Edition
Vampires are everywhere. A handful of the major networks and a couple of cable networks have shows dedicated to bloodsuckers of one type or another. One of the most successful movie franchises in the history of film is based on a work of uncomfortably sensual vampire fiction for young readers. It seems like the more exposure that vampires get the more their mythos gets watered down. It's been diluted to the point that an entire generation thinks this sparkly bullshit is what vampires are all about. There's an animated crow from Don Bluth's catalog of awesome kids movies that won't leave Edward alone.
It occurred to me at some point that a hierarchy of vampires exists in entertainment. Creators kind of take what everyone knows about vampires and do their own things with them, to greater or lesser degrees of making these fearsome monsters who've haunted human imagination look badass. Some are more successful than others. Joss Whedon did a good job of making some monstrous blood suckers in Buffy and Angel. The graphic novel American Vampire brings us something relatively new and terrifying. Gary Oldman in Bram Stoker's Dracula is freaking iconic.
Then there's Twilight, which just makes me sad.
I thought the idea of species of vampires had some potential for a funny comic. Here you go. Bon Apetit. I recommend enjoying it with a nice red wine. Unless, of course, you never drink...wine.