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She said, "It was in my mind as something I wanted to do and then I just... She recalled, "I remember being at a yum cha restaurant with my dad and the owner coming up and saying, 'Excuse me, we're trying to work out if you're a handsome boy or a beautiful girl.' It was a compliment and I was shocked, and when I thought about it I actually wanted to be a handsome boy." This announcement came approximately a week after she released Break Free, in which she visually transforms from a very feminine woman to a heavily tattooed man.
Rose stated, however, that she prefers to continue using feminine pronouns.
"Being a model there is always something they want to change.
Whether they want someone a little bit skinnier, a little bit taller, a little bit prettier, but MTV wants you to be yourself ...
While if she had to choose a sex, she commented that she would choose to be male, she does not feel like she should have been born with different body parts. I'm so comfortable right now I feel wonderful about it, but I also fluctuate a lot," she added.
Seeing the desire her transgender friends had for transitioning, she asked herself if her need to transition matched theirs, and concluded that she is satisfied being gender neutral. Various media outlets have commented on public fascination with Rose's gender identity, gender expression, and physical appearance, including her tattoos and visual or behavioral similarities to Angelina Jolie, Justin Bieber, and a younger Leonardo Di Caprio.
She is a badass with a permanently arched brow and a Justin Bieber haircut. And straight women are falling madly in love with her." The media attention resulted in a new, open discourse about sexual fluidity and whether or not sexual orientation can change, with some of the media expressing disapproval toward heterosexual women stating that they would "go gay for Ruby Rose." Teitel wrote that many on Twitter expressed skepticism that all it takes is a pretty face to change sexual orientation, and this was accompanied by the argument that saying "you [can] 'go gay' for Ruby Rose reinforces the idea that sexuality is a choice, and is homophobic." She felt that it was predictable and ironic that the people most eager to admonish others for expressing their attraction to Rose were a part of the LGBT community, and cited a Jezebel article which commented that homosexuality and bisexuality are not simply identities to show off liberalism, but are rather "built into a person's biology." To Teitel, this response suggested that "one must either reject the norm (heterosexuality) or embrace it full force." She felt the discussion was a wasted opportunity for sexual exploration, which she believes is "a lot less daunting when labels are malleable," and emphasized the idea of "letting everyone define their sexuality on their own terms." Rose acknowledged the public discourse concerning her physical appearance and subsequent debate on sexual fluidity, commenting that, while she thought it was brilliant and was not expecting it, some of her friends found the public affection toward her inappropriate: "They personally are offended by it, [and are] saying like, 'You can't just choose to be gay.not censoring anything and not conforming to anything".In July 2009, Rose along with Dave Hughes, Charlie Pickering, Carrie Bickmore and James Mathison hosted The 7pm Project, an Australian television news talk show produced by Roving Enterprises which airs weeknights on Network Ten.Rose credits her 2014 short film Break Free, which she produced herself, for the success of her acting career.In an interview with Variety, she describes how she was not able to get a manager, agent, or audition, so she decided to create short films "as a way of being able to give myself something to do and to study my craft." The film went viral, getting millions of views in a short period of time.