Why have a pigeon when you could have a peacock – or why have David Gandy when you could have Ed Sheeran – hmm, ok, perhaps not, but you get the point. They stand out Life is too short to blend into the crowd. They’ll never look like a handbag No sunbed sessions, fake tan or fighting over the factor 4. According to the University of Hamburg, people with red hair are getting it on more than everyone else.
You'd be surprised how often I actually have to remind people that this is rude.2. Pube color will be reported on a need-to-know basis.3. You have to be hella confident to walk around with a 4-alarm fire on your head every day of your life. Although being the most desired woman in the bar certainly helps.5.
Mess with a redhead, you get, well, you just get yelled at or something. If you use "I've always wanted to hook up with/date a redhead" as a pickup line, it's gonna be a no. Glad you see me as a box to check on your sexual bucket list! Be sympathetic if she complains she's too hot or too cold. Nothing begets a strong sense of humor like ruthless mockery by your peers.11.
The experiment was able to separate the influence of hair color itself from other features of physical attractiveness, such as facial features, skin tone, height, and body proportions - and found red hair is not considered 'generically attractive' by most women.
From an early age, we are conditioned to how a certain type of man - the hero, the knight in shining armor, the pinup - must look: tall, dark and handsome, or tall, blonde and handsome.
In fact, I think there's no better time than now to date a redhead.
British artist Thomas Knights is on a mission to prove that point in his RED HOT series, as he hopes to rebrand ginger men as sexy, confident and strong.
I would rather date a head-turner than a wallflower, and if a crown of flaming hair is the reason, all the better.
In his first solo exhibition, opening September 3 at New York's BOSI gallery, Mr Knights has captured 40 red headed American men to challenge long-held stereotypes, and prove that they can be leading-man material, too.'Red headed actors are portrayed as undesirable, angry, and weak characters - or the bad guy,' said the 31-year-old photographer.
But let me tell it to you straight: I think redheads (and the guys, in particular) get a bad rap.
And I'm here to represent the devoted girlfriends (and boyfriends) of gingers everywhere.
So much so that there's been talks of whether 'gingerism' is as bad a racism. Photographer Thomas Knights released an entire exhibition in New York's BOSI Gallery trying to bring down stereotypes of ginger men and promote their eternal hotness. All those years of playground torture have molded them into the hardy, self-confident MEN they are now.