Woman's Day Magazine NZ

BORN TO RAIN! I’m a catwalk king and queen

With comfortable ease, Rain Dove slips into a curve-teasing outfit that accentuates generous boobs. The next moment, the feminine goddess vanishes and is replaced by masculine layers, an enviable jawline and a dark brooding that has Woman’s Day questioning if it’s the same person.

But that’s the magic of Rain, a 30-year-old androgynous model and outspoken LGBTQ advocate who challenges gender norms in the fashion industry by modelling in both women’s and

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