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“I think people probably don't know how hard she's worked to get to where she is.”Ultimately, Rose says, it was a blessing in disguise that American audiences had no idea who she was when she got here. She says she eschews some intense cardio workouts for fear of dropping weight too fast.
In it, she sheds a long blonde wig, skintight bandage dress, makeup, and heels in favor of a chest binder, men’s clothing, a prosthetic penis, and her signature buzzed 'do, which has drawn doppelgänger comparisons to Justin Bieber. But by the time the season premiered, in the summer of 2015, nearly everyone with a Netflix subscription was talking about Ruby Rose, the gorgeous tattooed Aussie who came out of nowhere.“Being Australian, and being not the 'norm' when it comes to Hollywood actresses, I can really relate to Ruby's journey in the industry,” Rose’s costar Rebel Wilson tells SELF via email. In a note posted to her Instagram story in October, Rose defended her appearance, explaining that she trains daily and doesn't consume alcohol, processed food, meat, or dairy.“What’s upsetting to me is that I’ve never posted a picture—I don’t think anybody posts a picture—to say, ' This is what you should look like.' I’m just posting a picture of what I’m doing and what I look like in my day,” says Rose, who, looking back, allows that perhaps she does look especially slim in the photo—a fact she attributes to the camera flash, adding that her weight fluctuates weekly depending on her workouts.
At roughly five minutes long and with no dialogue, the film shows Rose’s character undergoing a full transformation from hyperfeminine to ultra-masculine. And despite the viral success of her video, she was still an unknown in the States. But after giving it some thought, she decided not only to keep the photo up, but to set the record straight.
The regrettable “tramp stamp” was her first tattoo which she got when she was only 16 years old.
The National Eating Disorders Association warns that “you can’t tell whether someone has an eating disorder just by looking at them." And as SELF has written before, it’s irresponsible and inappropriate to speculate about a person’s weight or health—and frankly, it’s nobody’s business.
But we’re living in a 24-hour-news-cycle social media world, so there’s little chance that people are going to keep their mouths shut.
Ruby Rose was already famous when she moved to the United States six years ago. She was a model, having risen from runner-up in a nationwide model search in her home country of Australia to becoming the face of Maybelline New York there. Having landed her first major movie role last year (in the latest of the . “I got more work opportunities, I felt healthier, my body was better, my brain was better, my relationships were better, and it sort of felt like there were all these miracles.”Rose also got back into boxing, a sport she’d taken up as a teenager (and which would serve her well later in her career while training for action roles). “I felt pretty confident during the fight, and yet, the scream of my mother in this whole huge massive fighting venue…will traumatize me forever,” she recalls. She came out as a lesbian to her mother at age 12, but says that when she was younger she’d thought about wanting to transition from female to male—she didn’t know there were other options.
She’s emerged as an LGBTQ icon who tweets frequently about equal rights issues to more than 1.3 million followers. And everything changed when I quit drinking,” she says. Necklace by Eddie Borgo The film is loosely inspired by Rose’s own struggle to figure out her gender identity.
One day later she took the plunge and visited the famous Los Angeles tattoo parlor Shamrock Social Club where artist Louie Perez put her idea into ink.