I didn't know there were options like gender neutral or gender fluid. I later realized you could be a girl and dress like a guy.
I got to host a radio show. I got a clothing range. I was the face of fashion week. I got to do a whole television show with kids.
I used to pray to God that I wouldn't get breasts. Then in my teens, I tried to be quite feminine.
The person I am every single day is the person that's growing and getting better. The more people look up to me, the more important it is to be concise with what message I want to leave. That's where I feel like I'm a role model. Maybe not to everyone, but for a lot of minorities, I am, and I kinda love that - the role model for the underdog.
When I first started in the industry back home in Australia at 18, there was a lot of push and shove as to how I should dress, if I was allowed to cut my hair short, if I had too many tattoos. If I didn't get a campaign, or if I didn't get a role, they would always come back to, 'Well, she dresses like a boy.'