I was fascinated by Rita's sculpt - and I still am.
Kemperdoll Green 10 mm
(S)he has several wigs - all of ginger synthetic mohair: Dollmore, Monique Gold.
Historical dress (male and female) - from the epoch of Elizabeth I of England to the beginning of the 20th century.
Orlando is the main character of Virginia Woolf's novel "Orlando" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orlando:_A_Biography), describing a neverending life of an English nobleman and poet (male first), who underwent a mysterious change of sex at the age of about 30 and lived on for more than 300 years into modern times without aging perceptibly.
Both - male and female. But not at one time as hermaphrodite, but alternately. That explains why does Orlando have two bodies.
This doll's character is available for offsite roleplay.
My Orlando is based on Virginia Woolf's hero, but differs in some matters. An important difference is that my Orlando underwent a change of sex not once, but continues to change the sex during the life from male to female and visa versa.