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The truth about redheads
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Having red hair is something I'm very proud of, despite the negative comments I get from close-minded people. If this is the first time you have ever considered that there are people who hate redheads just because they are redheads, then it is already quite apparent that you are not a redhead. Being a redhead is a unique experience. I can't lie, it is pretty cool to be a part of a global population of whom only four percent of people share my hair color. I've certainly gotten a lot of attention over the years because of it.
Whenever I read a book, any book, I immediately measure myself up against the heroine. Its a real battle if the heroine has red hair. When that happens all hell breaks loose. I find myself focusing on the smallest of details pertaining to her character, everything from her style of dress, to her mannerisms, to the way she brushes her hair. What stereotypes, you ask? Let me give you just a brief list of the all the traits I was told I have by someone sometime in my life:. Apparently, there are a lot of crazy people out there.
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Why Do People Dislike Redheads?
They're fiery and dangerous, or they're clownish and weak. They're total geeks in public, but they're wild in the bedroom. They don't have souls, so they'll steal yours. The list of myths and stereotypes about redheads go on and on, showing just how stigmatized people with this unique phenotype really are. But all of the joking about the red-headed step-child aside, it turns out that our ginger sisters and brothers really do have a special set of attributes that their blonde and brunette counterparts don't. So what's so special about our redheaded friends?
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Red hair is something that we've been taught to both covet and loathe. Anyone who is a natural redhead like myself knows that when you're young, everyone and their mom will literally come up to you and tell you how lucky you are to have red hair and to never, ever dye it. As you get older, though, you start to see how many stereotypes exist around redheads and that the never-ending joke from South Park's Ginger Kids that is so infamous even has its own Wikipedia page. Redheads are supposedly better in bed, possess the spirit of the Devil, and have shorter tempers than those with other hair colors. All of this is obviously nonsense, but it doesn't really stop people from using the color as a joke. Just last week, a guy I was going to go on a date with from OKCupid asked me if redheads were "as crazy as they say," since he'd never before dated a ginger.