Maternal, hotheaded, bubbly, competitive.
Since the day he was born, Hazuki made it her life's mission to watch out for her little brother Kazuma. He was delivered five months premature and spent the beginning of his life in an incubator in the Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit at their local hospital. Hazuki was only three; but she can distinctly remember staring through the plastic at her brother, so tiny and helpless, and will never forget the way her mother cried. His lungs were too small her parents had said, and they were sure he wouldn't live to term. Hazuki remembered the fear she had felt, the desperation to keep her little brother safe. She remembered praying every night, to any God that might be out in the universe, begging for Kazuma to be able to stay with his family, for him to grow stronger. It was a slow process, but Kazuma managed to make it to full term and eventually was able to leave the hospital a healthy baby boy. Hazuki was overjoyed.
From the day he was brought home Hazuki fretted over Kazuma. Tending to him when he cried (with her mother's supervision of course), sharing all her very favorite dolls, making sure their cats never got too close. Even as they got older Hazuki's doting didn't stop. They were so close in age that they almost always attended the same school, and Hazuki would shadow Kazuma like a worried parent. He was a scrawny kid, that didn't change the older he got. He was shy and soft spoken and preferred to hang out with his sister and read than actually make any friends of his own. He was an easy target for bullies; he was picked on and teased all throughout elementary and middle school but never seemed to mind it much. Hazuki minded it very much.
She was short like her brother, but she was a lovely girl and had done gymnastics practically from the time she could walk. Her good looks, bubbly personality and curvaceous body (once puberty had graced her) assured that Hazuki maintained a certain degree of popularity among her classmates. Not enough to ensure her brother be spared torment though. Hazuki was always having to rush to Kazuma's defense, stepping in whenever a particularly brazen student got too verbal or handsy with her brother. Kazuma could stand the taunting, what he couldn't stand was having his sister constantly worrying over him and fighting his battles. Hazuki would hear none of it however, no matter what her brother said, it was Hazuki's mission to keep him safe. From anyone and everyone, even one he'd call his friend.
Entering high school changed Kazuma. He no longer sat idly by and let his sister run his life. When people picked on him he stood tall (despite his stature) and stood up for himself. Needless to say he'd gotten into more than one tussle with other boy's, but he'd managed to hold his own in the fights. Hazuki was absolutely horrified. She was happy that Kazuma had finally found a backbone, but had swiftly decided that he'd grown one far too hard. He'd become mouthy toward her, distant and more forceful when it came to telling her to “butt out” of his business. Her parents didn't seem to mind or even notice a change, they claimed Kazuma was just becoming a man and learning to stand on his own. Hazuki however knew exactly who to blame for her brother's sudden change.
A classmate of hers, an American student who had transferred at the start of senior year. They had broken up a fight, more of an attack, that Kazuma had been in at the start of the school year. The student had taken pity on her brother and befriended him, agreeing to teach him self defense through kick boxing. It was this new friend of Kazuma's that had inspired the change in her brother. For that reason Hazuki couldn't stand the American. That and their smug alpha attitude, their strangely good looks and their habit of shamelessly flirting with Hazuki, knowing good and well she couldn't stand them.
Maybe that way why Kazuma was convinced that Hazuki had done it on purpose despite her promising it wasn't her intention. They'd smacked her bottom when she passed them on the stairwell, thinking they were so clever and funny and that she wouldn't retort, but she had. She'd turned and shoved them with all her strength and apparently caught them off guard, because despite their imposing stature she'd managed to throw them off balance and sent them tumbling over the stair railing. It wasn't her fault that their leg was fractured, but Kazuma was convinced it was, and Hazuki was left trying to win back her brother's favor by attending to and assisting the American with daily struggles while they were incapacitated.
Of course, the fellow senior was eager to take completely advantage of the situation... and Hazuki as well. Expecting:
A dominant partner not opposed to coercion and a hefty amount of forceful teasing. Lots of public molestation, some light bondage. Kazuma is a side character and will not be involved in anything sexual.Open to suggestions and any changes my partner may want to make.