Ruby Rose Explains What It Means To Be Gender Fluid

By Bindhu Mol. G | 1 year ago
Ruby Rose Explains What It Means To Be Gender Fluid

Ruby Rose has been catching headlines since she became the breakout star of “Orange Is The New Black” season 3 TV show. Ruby explains what gender fluidity means to her in an interview. Read for more details.

In an interview with Elle, Ruby Rose explained her opinion about gender fluidity. She even explained what it means to her.


“Gender fluidity is not really feeling like you’re at one end of the spectrum or the other,” the Australian actress/model said in the interview.

“For the most part, I definitely don’t identify as any gender,” she said. “I’m not a guy; I don’t really feel like a woman, but obviously I was born one,” added Ruby. The artist then said that she has the qualities of both men and women, and that she is “having the best of both sexes.” The bold Rose further explained that she possess several “characteristics that would normally be present in a guy and then less that would be present in a woman.”

Rose also told in the interview that the thing to be considered is that “only you know who you were born to be,” and “you need to be free to be that person.”

According to Huff Post, Ruby’s character Stella Carlin in “Orange Is The New Black” season 3 is pretty tough, uncompromising, or intimidating, and it came out well. The source also added that her character in the TV show is the real Rose. This is clear from the explanations she gave for gender fluidity.

Last year, in July, the actress gave a video that demonstrated how liberated and relaxed it feels when socially fixed gender roles are broken down.

Ruby Rose is not the only androgynous girl in “Orange Is The New Black” season 3 TV series. But, only she publicly makes out as being “gender fluid.” Even the real Ruby would prefer people to have the confidence and power to define their own individuality and identity.

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