Demi Rose comes out to fans as queer, opens up about 'parental abuse'

Demi Rose comes out to fans as queer, opens up about 'parental abuse'
Model Demi Rose has come out as queer in her recent Instagram Q&A with fans (@demirose/Instagram)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Glamour model Demi Rose has opened up about her sexuality for the first time in a candid open Q&A with fans on her social media. While answering one of the questions posted by an admirer, she said that she’s open to dating women. “Boys, girls or both?” asked a follower on Instagram, to which she replied, “I went through a phase of liking girls more than guys. Now I'm more into guys. It just depends.”
She was also questioned on what she looks for in a guy. On that, she responded, “Someone 'inspiring, honest, well put together, a deep soul that's open minded, kind, ambitious and thoughtful.'” She answered to a series of questions by fans without holding back, “Growing up was it hard to be Demi Rose?” Rose responded, “Growing up it was very hard getting bullied in school, having parental abuse, and then at the age of 17 becoming a full-time carer for my mother who had a heart attack, which caused a stroke and she became disabled, wheelchair bound."


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Rose continued, "She was disabled for seven years and then both of my parents then passed away four years ago. I get misjudged a lot but honestly those who meet me say I'm the nicest and that warms my heart. I'm grateful for all the bad because it made me who I am I now have so much empathy for going through what I have.”
The model was asked if she misses her "normal life", to which she replied, “My childhood wasn't glamorous. I hated it. There are definitely things I miss in life but as life progressed I love where it's going.”
In 2020, Rose shared an emotional post where she shared how she had to go through abuse as a child, was bullied at school, and suffered from painful relationships. She wrote, “I feel it's important to feel your emotions, understand them, let them out and experience them. I like to think that whatever that may happen to me has happened for a reason. That I'm a vessel. So I can inspire and help those who have struggled too. I haven't opened up too much about my struggles because I have always still been dealing with them. I wanted to get to a strong place first to talk on them.”

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