Rain Dove re-defined fashion beauty as she walked the runway in both menswear and womenswear.
According to Rain Dove: "The gender thing doesn't exist; it's a social construct you don't have to fit into.".
Rain said she never thought of herself as androgynous growing up. Instead, she saw herself as "an ugly woman."
"I never had bad feelings about it, I just felt that maybe I was that one girl", Rain said. "It wasn't until I was wilderness firefighter for a while and that's when I felt more empowered in my ambiguity and sexuality as far as gender presentation goes."