Will was born in the second dimension, but it was unfortunately destroyed from when Bill took it upon himself to "liberate" the dimension. Will miraculously managed to escape, but ended up being stuck in the Nightmare Realm where he was then mocked and brutally bullied by his own fellow demons for he was simply too shy and too weak. One day, he was summoned by Stanford Gleeful summoned Will for the first time, bringing him from the Nightmare Realm and into his reality. Will ended up making a deal with Ford that then forced him to help him in the creation of a portal in his attempts to discover why Gravity Falls held so much weirdest and such a high concentration of supernatural activity.
However, when he is enslaved by the Gleeful twins, he is either turned into "human form" or otherwise takes on a more humanoid appearance. While the style of clothing he wears differs from artist to artist, William Cipher has blue hair and usually one eye the other being covered by a patch , and is mostly shown wearing a blue suit and a black bow tie or a tie—or a butler's suit—in his work for the Gleefuls. When given choice of clothing, some artists will depict him in more casual clothing, such as an oversized, fuzzy sweater or other comfortable accessories. Unlike his counterpart, Will is clueless, innocent, and naive, something the twins take great pleasure in when toying with him. He is scared or startled easily and is somewhat of a coward. However, this characteristic arises mostly in the company of the Gleefuls, implying that he only acquired this personality trait as a direct consequence of trauma from their abuses. William is also known to be very quiet and shy. He cries very often, whether from physical or emotional pain, and this habit is easily set off. Some depict William as a kindhearted creature, whose nature is for pure good thus being the exact reverse of Gravity Falls's inherently evil, manipulative Bill Cipher , while others characterize him based solely on his fearful and traumatized reactions to everything and his ability to be manipulated.
The misogyny is deep in the Mormon church. Why would you behave any different now. If he weren't a doctor saving lives and had more free time, he could most definitely do YOUR job. Good luck to you. Because she already lives the covenants in most of the meaningful ways.