I'm with Kollaps and Dv5. Some of these people, I read their Twitter and Instagram ramblings and it's embarrassing. It's as if they've chosen to completely ignore Manson's message. Or are so insecure that they feel the need to be recognized as a "true" fan or something. I can't even put words to it. See me on the street and you probably wouldn't peg me for a fan - yet I have an odd feeling that I'd get along with the band in real life far better than those who go out of their way to make sure it's obvious. I am myself, and I refuse to apologize for her. That's kind of the message I took away 15 years ago, and I don't think it changed. And if your "name" has Manson in it, my opinion of you just dropped. Especially when I see you're my age (or older).
Yeah, I'm judgemental. I admit it.
(side note: dramatic readings of some of these obsessive Twitter folks can be quite fun)