So I have one character in my original project, Tasi Shapiro. She is a girl (with injury sensing powers) who lived most of her life in the bad part of town with neglectful parents. She and her sister go to live with some old family friends when her parents' neglect is found out.
She is kind of bitter and doesn't like the protagonists because of their lifestyle and father's wealth. She's a decent person otherwise. She's a good if not sometimes protective older sister. She eventually grows to respect the protagonist because of his actions (she is of the 'earn my turst mentality). She is also planned to eb a Tsundere
who eventually falls into a Slap-Slap-Kiss
sort of relationship with the rival who is wealthy but also comes froma dysfunctional family like her.
The one thing I know I'm not going to do is play her being violent against him for laughs because I hate that trope. In fact her hostility towards him is mostly showed through words and the few times she does physically strike him she's called out for it.
When she eventually does start to see him as a love interest after they both save each other, she starts trying to get him to change unhealthy habits of his while denying that she likes him for awhile. He in turn tries to prove himself to her (not knowing that he already has a bit.)
First question does this come across as sexist or any other troubling implications?
Second is there anything else I should do or avoid doing?