Redhead men dating black women
No, we’ll just have to try and try again, until we at least make it up to 5%. We don’t take a lot of crap lying down and, if we’re going to invade your towns and take over, we’re going to do it with the ferocity of 100,000 rabid wolverines, crossed with another 100,000 honey badgers.
And we’re fully aware our gene is recessive, so not every offspring is going to be a blessed redhead.
(Also, I have heard little evidence that climate change will make Scotland sunnier.
That above article is the first I’ve heard of it.) So redheads are here to stay, barring some sort of catastrophic, nightmarish genocide or unforeseen illness that only affects redheads. They actually might be better selected for procreation.
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Hell, even now she’s better than whoever’s currently #1 on your lame Hot Babes list. Lindsay Lohan was once a redhead, and was universally deemed to be absolutely smoking hot. While ginger girls are hot, gingers guys are Alfred E. Our backs are kind of against the wall in a couple respects. A mere 2% of the population are redheads, and the number may well be dwindling.
Instead a massive consensus appears to exist on which hair colour is preferred, and there also appears to be such severe prejudice associated with the tint of your locks, this is possibly as harsh as racial discrimination.
For example, Nicolas Guéguen from the Université de Bretagne-Sud, in France, has just published a research paper entitled 'Hair Colour and Courtship: Blond Women Received More Courtship Solicitations and Redhead Men Received More Refusals', and it's published in the academic journal 'Psychological Studies'.
Not that this is unique to her family- redheads as a group are quite proud of their red-headed heritage, as evidenced by the multitude of redhead t-shirts and other kitschy redhead apparel you’ll find everywhere. At any rate, while looking up the evidence for my takedown piece, I discovered two things: 1) despite popular belief, redheads are in fact not dying out. redheads may, in fact, be genetically superior to their black, brown, and blonde haired brothers and sisters (as evidenced by their Gaelic ancestors practically building America). if you’re not familiar with the claim here, let’s catch you up.
(Sadly, no one makes those for us ever-common brown haired folk.) Irked at their high horse, I decided I would write a scathing (yet gentle) article about how redheads are actually a genetic dead end and that everybody widely agrees they’ll be gone in a few generations due to the utter weakness and inferiority of the redheaded gene. Put simply, there is a common wisdom that redheads will go extinct because red hair is a recessive gene or because Scotland’s going to get less cloudy due to climate change. This has been oft-repeated, but is (thankfully) still wrong.