Name: Melanie SunAge:
Exhibitionism, Multiple Partners, the feeling of warm/hot semen on skin.Limits:
A common symptom that most people are familiar with, Melanie had a tendency to lose her voice a lot. It was only a minor nuisance until a visit to St. Raphael's to collect information for a story she was putting together. After the visit, Melanie lost her voice; only this time, it hadn't come back even after two weeks. A frantic visit to the local hospital had the doctors pronounce her mute, ruining her dream job of being a reporter and forcing her to be a journalist.
That is, until Melanie began to have an active sex life with her boyfriend; it would begin slowly at first with quiet moans, but as the sexual activity increased, the more her voice would return. If the sex was really good, Melanie would even keep her voice for a day or two. Although finding a solution meant she still had hope for her dream job, the young journalist continued to seek a more permanent cure- at the same time writing health and science related articles for the local paper.Profession:
Curious beyond belief, Melanie can become completely fixated on something once it has her attention, often forgoing sleep in her excitement. When there is nothing to ignite the spark of curiosity within her, Melanie retains a more quiet, reserved, and professional demeanor.History:
Growing up, Melanie had always been the curious girl who got herself into trouble. Unlike most children, that insatiable infatuation with every new and interesting thing didn't subside, rather grew stronger and stronger. Although her parents wished for her to pursue a more traditional career, Melanie knew that reporting was her calling.
After graduating from a liberal arts degree from the local college, the young Asian quickly landed and internship at the local news studio, and hired in a full-time position not long after. When her illness mysteriously caused her voice to disappear permanently, her boss made the decision to swap Melanie to the more pen-oriented journalism department.
Determined to cure her illness and return to her passion, Melanie began to actively seek medical centers of all kinds, both reputable and newly created ones, whilst fulfilling her writing quota by writing reviews and health science articles. The young girl found herself drawn back to St. Raphael's- the last clinic she had visited before her illness took a turn for the worse.