Ruby Rose debuted as Batwoman in the Arrowverse crossover Elseworlds but this was just the beginning of the actress. Batwoman is the first open-air gay superhero in Arrowverse and was also DC's emblematic LGBTQ character. Rose left Twitter when she was thrown as a hero due to online trolls, suggesting her sexuality was just a hoax. "Where on Earth she did it" Ruby is not a lesbian, so it can not be Batwoman "comes from … it must be the funniest, the most ridiculous thing I've ever read," wrote she before she closes her account. "I went out to 12 years and over the past 5 years I had to deal with" It's too gay "… How do you do that, did not I change? Now that he's started, the trolling has been quite quiet.

Conformable The Hollywood reporter, a pilot for Batwoman got the green light at CW. It will undoubtedly be taken over by the network. The synopsis for the pilot episode goes like this: "Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair to talk to her mind, Kate Kane [Rose] sneak into the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, a highly lesbian and highly trained street fighter, ready to eliminate the criminal rebellion of the city. But you're not telling a hero yet. In a desperate city for a savior, Kate has to overcome his own demons before embracing his call to be the symbol of Gotham's hope. "David Nutter, the winner of the Thrones game, will be involved in the pilot.