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Character Name: Kennedy Oxford
Gender: Trans Woman
Artistry Specialty: Creating glamours, the altering of perceptions towards herself. If she had thought about it more she could have more control over others, but she's never shown any interest in focusing her abilities outward.
General Appearance: Access Vogue Universal on your iCon (short for Apple’s iConsume, everyone who's anyone owns one) and witness Kennedy's sartorial inspiration. Couture is her middle name. She is tan, slender and tall at 6' and she favors dresses with empire silhouettes. Her casual style for her strawberry blond hair is down and perfectly blown out. Her eyes are brown and she likes to entertain the notion that they make her seem less intimidating.
General Personality: Very calculating and self-assured. For a long time, she's known what she wants and what Kennedy wants, she gets. On the negative side, this self-assurance can get very close to narcissism. Recently the narcissistic tendencies have become more of the norm for her personality than a boundary.
General History: Kennedy Oxford was born Ken Jameson, a male. Hir mother, the late Jacqueline Jameson (née Washington), was a hedge fund manager, wealthy and very well connected. Growing up Ken was very insecure and this manifested as a controlling and cold demeanor so basically, he didn’t stand out amongst his peers, the privileged children of the elite. As a teen, Ken was considered very handsome and was a part-time model when ze wasn’t attending the best schools in the galaxy. Ken’s life was all one could expect until he got an invitation to a party.
Chet Oxford, the leader of the Oxford Entertainment Syndicate was retiring and the retirement party was the hottest ticket of the decade. Invites were hotly contested after but Ken with hir mother’s connections and a finished photo spread for one of Oxford’s magazines managed to snag an invite. It was at that party where Ken met Chet Oxford’s son and heir, Hank.
The two immediately hit it off and became partners in crime and media darlings. They were the closest of friends, but soon Ken wanted more. Hank was willing but unfortunately, he rated a 0 on the Kinsey scale and any attempts at sex were abortive. They were still partners and friends, but things became awkward. Ken, more than a little bothered, decided to take a gap year on Earth instead of attending the Wharton School of Business on Gilese 581.
Earth was another life-changing experience. At first Ken attempted to drown hir sorrows in spending exorbitant amounts of money on clothes, clubs, restaurants and penthouse hotel suites on every continent but there was still something missing. Instead of money, Ken became a bit of a daredevil, climbing mountains, spelunking and skydiving. During that daredevil phase, Ken met a Mystic who took hir under her wing and instead of finding satisfaction through consumption and adrenaline rushes, began a period of self-reflection through meditation and philosophical debates. One day during a spiritual retreat, Ken woke up a woman. The Mystic claimed it was a gift from the spirits, but Ken was suspect and immediately went back to hir tent to experiment. Hir suspicions were confirmed when ze was able to change hir appearance back.
The prospect of being an Artist freaked Ken out. All hir accomplishments, wealth and connections would mean nothing if people believed that they were being involuntarily influenced. Ken resolved to keep his ability a secret. However, the Mystic demanded that Ken stay or risk the wrath of the divine. Ken refused and the Mystic, revealing her powers as an Artist attacked him. Ken barely made it out alive. In fact, it was the Mystic’s insanity that eventually did her in, her demons turning on her. Ken was shaken but the Mystic’s death solved the problem of keeping hir Artist abilities secret. It was time to return back to society, but ze allowed hirself one allowance.
The next year, when Ken arrived at Wharton, ze arrived as Kennedy Jameson. Everyone pretty much assumed that she had undergone surgery and she was content to let people believe that. She and Hank reacquainted themselves again and they were married by the time she graduated. Kennedy worked her way up to the Editor-in-Chief position on Vogue Universal, but as the wife of Hank Oxford, has her fingers in many other pies. One of those pies is being hired to run a propaganda campaign for the Artist Colonization movement, an idea growing popular amongst moderates squeamish about the oppression of Artists, but uneasy about a race of super-humanoids in the general populace.