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    I doubt they could stop taking black sperm though I'm sure the demand is even less.

    red hair is so rare. This is genocide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frimodighet View Post
    Red hair is actually the most unusual hair color on the planet, so this is kind of sad to hear.


    I suppose. As a woman, I don't really have anything against redheaded men, but I can understand if it's perceived as "goofy" by other women. Blond men and especially dark-haired men probably have a greater advantage with women. Red hair on a woman isn't regarded in the same way, though.
    unfortunately it takes two parents to be at least carriers of redhead gene , but it can takes many many generations of not redheaded people who are carriers before redheaded child is born, they sometimes don't have a clue where their kid has it from

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    Quote Originally Posted by EQ Fighter View Post
    I have not seen anyone have a problem with Simone Simons, who is a red haired, singer from the Dutch, Band Epica.



    Well, she obviously dyes her hair. She has naturally brown hair, just like me. Admittedly, I once dyed my hair to reddish-brown as well (but not that red as Simone Simons, of course!) but after Jäger told me that this would bring me to the Lager, I returned to my natural color...

    I´ve nothing against redheads. There aren´t many natural redheads in Bavaria at all (I´d say less than 0,5%) and I don´t know anyone with red hair personally, but it´s a nice color and I like the contrast between the white skin and the red hair. It´s a shade of blond, after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thusnelda View Post
    Well, she obviously dyes her hair. She has naturally brown hair, just like me. Admittedly, I once dyed my hair to reddish-brown as well (but not that red as Simone Simons, of course!) but after Jäger told me that this would bring me to the Lager, I returned to my natural color...

    I´ve nothing against redheads. There aren´t many natural redheads in Bavaria at all (I´d say less than 0,5%) and I don´t know anyone with red hair personally, but it´s a nice color and I like the contrast between the white skin and the red hair. It´s a shade of blond, after all.
    Probably!

    Natural redheads tend to have Freckles along with the hair. I don’t really have a problem with women dying their hair as long as it is in natural colours, IE no pink, blue, green, or tool box red.

    Also what is a bit clownish is when Non-white women dye their hair all sorts of shades, of blond and red which is obviously are NOT natural. Looks a bit freaky in my opinion, and indicates some sort of physiological dysfunction.

    But at the end of the day, natural is probably better, seems like a lot less work that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frimodighet View Post
    Red hair is actually the most unusual hair color on the planet, so this is kind of sad to hear.


    I suppose. As a woman, I don't really have anything against redheaded men, but I can understand if it's perceived as "goofy" by other women. Blond men and especially dark-haired men probably have a greater advantage with women. Red hair on a woman isn't regarded in the same way, though.
    LOL!

    Well I think the Problem is alot in perception. Media may have something to do with it as well. Most media/movies project redheaded guys as the joker.

    Connon O’Brien would be an example.


    Blond or dark hair guys are projected as more serious.

    Luke in Starwars.


    Then there is the Irish thing.

    Which probably does not help, matters. LOL!

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    If we de-pigment, are some of us red and others blonde?

    I used sun blonde once and my hair went red, not blonde. It wasn't a strong red but my brother wouldn't stop mentioning it.
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    Ive got red hair. At school it was a disadvantage. After school I started going out with a lot of beautiful women. They all loved it. Its definately been an advantage. Ive got a few blonde streaks in there though and some sun bleaching from surfing in australia.

    Its unique, rare and I'm proud of it and the heritage it comes from.

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    I would love to have a ginger child!

    I think red and strawberry blonde hair is very beautiful, especially when accompanied with porcelain skin and blue-green or turquoise eyes.

    I think ginger hair on men can be very sexy and manly too.




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    It could be because red hair is rather uncommon. If you don't live in an area where there are a lot of red heads, you might not want your child to stand out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frostbite View Post
    It could be because red hair is rather uncommon. If you don't live in an area where there are a lot of red heads, you might not want your child to stand out.
    And something which is uncommon and also very pretty stands out even more. I think we should continue to proudly stand out, the few blondes and redheads left in the world!

    Soon enough the world will turn into a uniform brown and black mass anyway and the Jews will be happy when those "evil Nazis" are gone.

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