Desdemona The persona of Desdemona in Othello seems at first glance, practically perfect. She undoubtedly owns the characteristics of a good person. She is kind, faithful, an innocent and most importantly the love she's for Othello is genuine. But despite the fact that's she actually is falsely accused of adultery, and wrongly murdered for it, she actually is not entirely without responsibility. Desdemona's virtues becomes her imperfections and her deceptive action..