Ruby Rose has exploded overnight, and for good reason. The dazzling and outspoken star is captivating on Orange Is the New Black and in real life. Get to know the refreshingly open Australian model, DJ, and actress whose star is undeniably on the rise.
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Simply a product of the leftist moronic brainwashing machine. Peddling gay as a virtue and tattoos as being cool. There is nothing cool about a person completely misguided by propaganda. Its so sad to see comments praising a person who has zero moral balance and a addiction to popularity. Sick fucked up world
She's a poser. Never was. Tom boy and is using gays to propel he career. If he was a real gender neutral she would be and act more gender neutral. I don't buy the bs. When she wasn't popular she was girly. Check her out before she was popular and see for yourself
I don't think that u should be calling her a role model because of her tattoos and how she is lesbian I'm not against them but u shouldn't be in encouraging things like that even tho her personality is remarkable
Indra P. The hair, the tattoo sleeves, the pouty lips, the strong brows, the baseball hat, the pretty boy looks.. her style is kinda like Justin... sometimes. Sometimes she looks like a more attractive Rheese Witherspoon. But she does look like the love child of Angelina Jolie and 90's Leonardo diCaprio.
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