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    Females may be lighter in the sense, that they may be a little more anaemic than men. IE, men are ruddier while females are sallow or yellowish.
    Red or Pink skin does not exactly means pigmentation.
    And concerning hair and eye color, it may be same as intelligence. Men are both more Bright Blond and Bright Red and on the other hand, more Dark Brown as well, while females tend to be concentrated in medium browns.
    Just a speculation, though
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