Ruby Rose Talks Gender and Past Sex Change Thoughts with The Edit Mag

Ruby Rose Talks Gender Identity and Past Sex Change Thoughts

Most of us know Ruby Rose from her charismatic, gender-fluid character on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black. It so happens, that Stella Carlin is no act. The real Ruby Rose is just as much an activist for LGBTQ rights. The rising star and current girlfriend of Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas returns to the spotlight for the latest cover of The Edit Magazine. Lensed by Drew Jarrett, Ruby poses in a dreamy cover story styled in the latest collections from brands like Gucci, Giambattista Valli, Givenchy, and Saint Laurent. Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Inside the issue, Ruby Rose opens up and talks about her real life struggles with sexuality. “All I wanted was a boy’s name growing up – Charlie, Billie, Max, Frankie. You just know my mum wanted a girly girl princess!,” she shared. “Everyone had Barbies; I had ninja turtles and Superman… I was crazy about Archie comics and I played footie with the boys,” she added. She also shares that she had thoughts about having a sex change. Ultimately the actress says that’s she’s happy with her choices and where she is now. “I’m a woman,'” she said. “I want to have babies one day, so I’m glad I didn’t make changes earlier in my life.” Keep scrolling below to see all the images from Ruby Rose for The Edit Magazine. Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer Ruby Rose Gender Sexuality Magazine Cover - The Dapifer

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