Ruby Rose: I Have A Very Healthy Sex Life

The OITNB heart-throb opens up about sexuality, marriage and LGBTQ rights.


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Ruby Rose, object of lust for queer and straight women alike, has opened up about the matters closest to her heart in a revealing new interview with Cosmpolitan magazine.

 

The flawlessly tattooed actress confessed: "I’m very confident and in tune with my sexuality. I have a very healthy sex life, and there’s something very empowering, strong, and feminist about being open and comfortable in that world."

 

Amen, sister. She also spoke out about the causes that matter to her the most.

 

"There are things that I’m always going to be very vocal about, like LGBTQ and animal rights. I have a platform and I can open up a dialogue, but I also know that I’m just an actor.”

 

When asked about her use of social media she admitted, “I just write from the heart, post it, and hope for the best. Then I move on."

 

The interview also touches on her romantic relationships.

 

"According to the news, I’ve been engaged five times. For me, marriage is more about equal rights than the act of getting married. When you don’t have equal rights, it trickles down to kids who think, ‘My aunt’s gay so she can’t get married’, or ‘I’m weird because I feel the same way’. So it’s important to break down that barrier.”

 

She admitted, “I’m more interested in having a loving, healthy, long-term relationship with someone I might want to have kids with someday."

 

Ruby is currently loved up with ex flame Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas. Check out her Instagram feed for adorable couple selfies galore.

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