12+ Reasons Why Ruby Rose is the New Heartbreaker!

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12+ Reasons Why Ruby Rose is the New Heartbreaker!

Her gender fluidity makes both men, women and those in between to be equally obsessed with her. 

With her concept of fluidity, I don’t even know to call her, him or what! But one thing’s for sure, Ruby Rose is making it big in the American scene. Not just because of her perfect portrayal of Stella Carlin in the hit TV series Orange is the New Black but she’s the epitome of the LGBT with her gender preference.

She may be known as the Australian model and actress but there’s a lot of reasons to be obsessed with this glorious beauty.

12 Reasons Why Ruby Rose is the New Heartbreaker! (2)

1. It’s Simply Her Name

Her name is actually her real name Ruby Rose Langenheim born March 20, 1986.


2. ‘Orange’ made her famous

She plays the role of Stella Carlin as Piper’s new love interest  in Season 3 of Orange is the New Black.


3. She’s born with it

It’s in her blood. She has been known as the goddaughter of a renowned boxer,Lionel Rose and a great granddaughter of Alec Campbell, the last surviving soldier of the Australian Battle of Gallipoli during World War I.


4. She’s out and proud when she was 12.

There’s no need to deny it! She suffered taunting and bullying in school and was even hospitalised when she was 16 after defending her sexuality. But she’s now living her dream of becoming LGBT’s role model.


5. She aims to fulfill her ‘transition’ goals

The Australian actress told Daily Mail, “It was in my mind as something I wanted to do and then I just… didn’t. I guess I grew out of it. I used to wake up wishing I was a boy. I even used to sleep on my front because I didn’t want to get boobs ever, which I think worked actually.”


6. She’s not a tomboy, she’s genderfluid.

“I am very gender fluid and feel more like I wake up everyday sort of gender neutral,”Ruby revealed in


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