Name: John Watt
Ownership: Keilani Maku'ieli as played by Celede
John is a young energetic American of British ancestry. At 140lbs he is fit, athletic, but not a bodybuilder. He's five feet eight inches or one hundred seventy two centimeters in height, roughly average for a white American male. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He shaves on a daily basis and has his hair cut regularly in a professional short style.
John Watt is in some ways a fairly typical male for his time. He is a strong believer in the ideals and associated values of masculine superiority and in the logical conclusion of such philosophy: feminine inferiority. John believes women are best kept as servants, slaves, women should be expected to submit to and obey men. Women have an obligation to serve men, as is only natural for a being inferior to follow a superior one. He believes men should expect and receive the best his women can offer him and his expectations are very high. John would never argue women are unintelligent, but that they lack the abilities of good judgement and reason unto decisive decision making, women need a strong willed guide throughout their life in order for them to reach their full potential. Therefore men ought to be responsible and take charge over females in order to ensure they become their best as only a man is decisive enough to determine how a woman should live her life. Women need to be ruled and men are the most qualified to rule them.
John's belief's on gender roles obviously effect his opinion of freewomen as well. He of course believes freewomen would be best off as slaves instead of their current state. John has been known to state this fact and has offered an open invitation to many freewomen to become his slave, as he considers himself an excellent specimen of masculine superiority, but does not press the issue beyond the need to correct free female misbehaviors.
Aside from his beliefs of inherent gender status John is a focused hard working young man, he believes it's his duty to be an example of the best of masculine superiority, to provide women a strong figure to follow and obey. He is intelligent and educated knowledgeable in academia and politics alike. He holds a masters degree in medicine with additional studies in psychology and gynecology.
John was born in the early years of the new millennium, only a few years before the third world war broke out, most of his life's memories are involve the rise of the philosophy of masculine superiority and the manner in which the world progressively became a more ordered place as women were more effectively subjugated. These impressions in his childhood were only reinforced by his fathers strong leanings in support of masculine superiority, it seemed to John as a youth that women made things most difficult and impression which eventually led to his strong and firmly rooted beliefs on masculine superiority/feminine inferiority.
As he grew into a teen he came more deeply impressed with his beliefs in masculine superiority and began seeking out ways to ensure he could inspire females, who, as an inferior breed, obviously need men to lead and guide them to a greater purpose. He became an athletic young man, well read and studied, more so than any other in his high school. His primary concern wasn't popularity, but being an exemplary male, the model of a male and most inspiring to females.
As he neared seventeen he began college studies (youth of seventeen being permitted to study at university under certain circumstances in the state of washington) He focused on medicine, but took courses in a variety of fields, he has received high marks in classes pertaining to history (and the aberration of feminism), psychology, gynecology, gender studies and female studies, mathematics, foreign languages and others.
After graduating college with a masters degree in medicine he took a job with at his uncles clinic in Horizon City, though he really didn't need the money any more than his uncle did. Since the war John's father and uncles had managed to accrue a good deal of shared wealth from well placed investments and by establishing a lucrative trade in slavegirls. The Watt family has become wealthy and quite financially secure, still some members seek employment in fields they feel offers them the image of great virtue, cementing their position as most exemplary males.
So here he is for Peace that Power Brings and Celebe's review and approval. I hope he works out.