Sascha cocked his head slightly and clicked again with his tongue, the slight whisper of clothes, the man's shift in positions, all bespoke tension to Sascha. As did an undertone in the man's voice. Maybe he had put the other man on edge? He did sometimes. People got nervous when you were gender ambiguous, some because it upset their sensibilities, others because they were worried about saying or doing something wrong and offending you. Sascha wasn't the sort to be easily offended or intimidated. He didn't care what gender pronoun people used for him, for the most part. When a body dressed in ambiguous fashion, one had to expect to get a spectrum of responses.
"Well, I was hoping you could give me a tour of the library, show me where the sections are. Where the labels are that give the range of call numbers in a row, that sort of thing." He didn't add that he was blind, he assumed the white cane said it all. "Or I can schedule it for sometime in the future if you're occupied," He added with another serene smile.
Feeling someone standing over him, Will looked up slowly. He instinctively moved his arm towards his wand, ready to defend himself if need be. It was silly, because if someone wanted to harm him,... more
Well a library is always a good place to settle Sascha Murakami,Wed Nov 16 18:14
For the first time, Will noticed the student's white cane. Apparently, whether the student was male or female, he or she was definitely blind. He'd never met anyone disabled before, unless he counted ... more
Sascha blinked, his green-blue eyes very vibrant and unexpected considering his dark hair and features that suggested Asian decent, and an accent that underlined his Asian features. His pupils tended ... more
"Oh, no, it's fine, no imposition at all." Will assured him or her. This was part of his job and he at least had to be able to do what was required of him. Otherwise, he might be fired, when it was a ... more
"Thank you very much, I appreciate your time and assistance," Sascha said with a serene smile. "My name is Sascha Murakami. If we could just start at the front of the library? I'm hoping that there... more