Ruby Rose has officially dominated the conversation for Season 3 of Netflix’s original series, Orange Is The New Black.
While fans of the series have expressed their admiration for Rose’s portrayal of new Litchfield Penitentiary inmate, Stella Carlin, reports are now suggesting that the majority of Ruby Rose fans are straight women. Echoing that sentiment is Chris Brown’s ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, who took to Instagram to gush over new girl crush Ruby Rose.
Huffington Post reports that Rose has won over fans with her sexy, confident attitude and has become widely desired thanks to her ability to appeal to a variety of orientations.
“She has that powerful sexuality that’s not designed to appeal to male heterosexuality exclusively. It’s more broadly desirable. ‘I know who I am, I know what I want.'”
Rose has certainly won over one fan in particular: Karrueche Tran took to Instagram on June 16 to gush over Ruby Rose, teasing fans that she isn’t “straight anymore” thanks to the stunning actress, Urban Islandz confirms.
Tran posted a collage of several photos of Rose with the caption, “when u think ur straight but then ruby rose comes and confuses you,” before adding, “I’m not confused. I’m ready :).”
While followers continue to speculate whether or not Tran was being serious about her new fondness for women, it appears Rose has produced similar reactions in straight women across social media.
The Inquisitr previously reported that queer women are becoming quite annoyed by the straight community’s fondness with Rose, particularly, those like Tran who are questioning their sexuality due to Rose’s attractiveness.
One Twitter user writes, “‘Im confused about my sexuality because of Ruby Rose’ So all it takes is a pretty face to change your sexual orientation?” while another adds, “You are not gay because of ruby rose you can not be turned gay, just like I can’t be turned straight.”
Regardless of the debate surrounding Rose’s ability to make fans question their own sexuality, Rose has used her newfound superstardom to advocate for mental health awareness and gender identity acceptance.
Hollywood Life reports that Rose told her mom she was a lesbian when she was 12-years-old, admitting that her mom believed it was a joke at the time.
Rose first began speaking out about gender fluidity in the self-produced short film titled, Break Free, which has since garnered over 3 million YouTube views.
Rose told News Corp Australia, “Whether straight, gay, bi, trans…body image and identity can be a struggle for us all.”
What do you think of Karrueche Tran’s Instagram post about Ruby Rose?