An intriguing thought, but not something she particularly aspires to. Her ambitions (or perhaps her self-confidence) don’t stretch quite that far.
Despite outward ‘appearances’, Rosie is actually, privately, a lesbian, and in recent years has come to have a very low opinion of men in general. She is far more trusting of our female MC for that reason, whether or not pursued as a possible RO.
Not so different as you might be assuming, to be fair. Bear in mind that for all the female roles, the MC was an active Hellions gang member between the ages of seven and sixteen – it’s only from that age (with the death of Billy the Nose) that each of our nine girls begins to head down a different path… To give you a better idea of what I mean, I’ll quote below one particular paragraph from the female backstory covering that particular period:
Most girls in the gang were really just there for the boys and didn’t often take part in the constant fighting, thievery and other petty crimes which the Hellions pursued with such relish, but from a very early age you were never one to refuse a challenge. Without parents to control you, and with Gina always working, you soon turned into a tiny terror, becoming the gang’s unofficial mascot and lucky charm. While you could never match the bigger boys for sheer brawn, as the years went by your speed, agility and utter fearlessness gradually earned you their respect as well as their affection, and for a long while not much else mattered.