Character sheets:Character's Name:
Teresa ‘Terry’ AdamsPledge or Sister:
English LiteraturePlayed Sports:
Teresa affects a casual style with minimal makeup and un-styled shoulder length hair but still spends a great deal of time thinking about and fussing over her look. Her clothing tends towards a mix of thrift store finds and expensive boutique purchases with a fondness for loose blousy pullovers and T-shirts, denim shorts, vintage dresses, wraps, sweaters, vintage sneakers, and boots, for an overall look probably best described as eclectic or hipster. Her ears are pierced and she has only one tattoo, a small heart on her right ankle.
Personality and History:Personality:
Teresa considers herself a friendly and approachable person, although others might occasionally disagree with that self-assessment due to her somewhat fussy and opinionated nature. She is the sort of person who can’t seem to help herself when it comes to vocally correcting others’ mistakes be it a mispronounced word or (to her mind) an obviously wrongheaded opinion. Coasting through life on her parent’s money, she otherwise tends not to take things too seriously or work too hard at anything in particular. Shy and uncomfortable in crowds and large social settings, she is more open and outspoken in private one-on-one scenarios, and gets along best with those who share her artier interests. Naturally submissive, Teresa can be easily bowled over by stronger personalities, particularly those who call her out on her behavior, play against her underlying insecurity, or take a more direct physical approach. Likes:
vintage clothes, old movies, reading, art, originality, creativity, nicotine, caffeine, classic video games, being cool (but not that
kind of cool)Dislikes:
crowds, rude people, stupid people, meat, sports, physical labor, trends, hip hop, drunks, capitalism, being embarrassed Strengths:
Clever. Supported from home. Thoughtful. Emotionally available.Weaknesses:
Lazy. Easily bored. Unintentionally abrasive. Insecure. Ambitions & Goals:
Becoming a famous writer or something. That would be kind of cool. Maybe.Ons and offs:
Teresa doesn’t really like to be in charge of things and enjoys relationships in which the other person takes total control. The stronger and more aggressive the personality, the more openly submissive she tends to be with them, a state she finds both excitingly arousing and a little scary at times, which ultimately only adds to the experience. O/Os for this character are essentially the same as mine although geared towards the softer end of things. A preference for play that involve (at least some but of course all isn‘t necessary): humiliation, 24/7 power swap, master/slave, discipline (spanking, slapping, etc), orgasm control, bondage, rough sex, water sports, possibly pet play, and things in that wheelhouse. History:
Teresa is the fourth child of Leeann nee Hodges, a university professor, and Chandler W. Adams, an editor and best-selling author whose work has appeared in numerous periodicals. Growing up in an affluent but not opulent setting, she attended prestigious private schools in her youth while socializing largely within the same small social circle, her friends all children of liberal intellectuals, successful professionals, and the comfortably well off, if not exactly obscenely rich. Bored and unmotivated by her classes and easy undemanding lifestyle, Teresa took solace in experimenting in her teen years with various substances and sexual proclivities (it was during this period she discovered her attraction to strong demanding partners), and minor acts of rebellion. (For Teresa taking up smoking to annoy her parents was considered rebellious).
None of this however proved to be anything major or an impediment to her graduating with honors. Attending college at the insistence of her parents, a few strings pulled by her family has placed her in a good position to be accepted into the prestigious new Sigma Delta Phi Sorority. Rumors about what all that may involve have intrigued her but not enough to do actual research or anything that drastic. In typical style Teresa continues to float along through her life with no real goals for college or the future, styling herself something of an artist and writer without actually doing much of either one. She just hopes that things will prove interesting here, and that becoming a sorority sister will not be as boringly cliché as it sounds.