Name: Ayden Stiles
Sexuality: Straight, but socially comfortable with persons of all sexualities.
Looks: Just a shade under 6'0'' tall, 184 lbs, grey eyes, dirty blonde hair, athletic build.
Personality: Ayden is a life long athlete and can be both a team player and extremely competitive, switching back and forth between the two and enjoys the thrill of competition as much or more than actually winning. Or maybe he simply defines winning in a different way than others do. A bit quirky and romantic for a jock type, Ayden is a movie buff, has a major comic book addiction and is an avid reader of both cheesy detective novels and true crime books. Loves to listen to music, pretty much all genres from Country to Heavy Metal, even Classical, though he always prefers something with a strong beat to it.
A psych major in college, he tends to analyze every situation, overanalyze some might say, but quietly, keeping his counsel on things to himself for the most part. Can play peacemaker at times, using a sharp sense of humor to defuse situations before they get out of hand, but also has a darker side, one that is rarely seen in the public eye. An odd mix of a very physical person who values the power of the mind over that of the body, or maybe that really isn't that odd at all.
Bio: A three-sport (football, wrestling and track) star in a small Indiana High School, Ayden moved on to play football only in college, Division Three, nothing approaching the high end of college athletics. Always a freak about staying fit, he has had two serious knee injuries and rehabbed like a maniac after each one. In college he majored in Psychology and minored in Sociology, essentially learning how to study people in groups and as individuals.
He has taken the last two years to get some real world work experience, not the most profitable move in this economy, and intends to head to graduate school to secure his Doctoral degree in psychology. Sees his participation in the "Social Experiment" as the possible subject matter for his future thesis and wants to see exactly what this year teaches him about human behavior and about himself. He likes to watch people, with some saying his tendency to do that so intensely renders him a voyeur at times. It is a point Ayden likely wouldn't argue with.