How To Date A Redhead
Some redhead dating advice from redheads and how to be a redhead.
Kiss A Ginger Day
Kiss a Ginger Day, first started in 2009 and now considered another fun day for red heads to celebrate all things special about having ginger hair.
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Mid West Ginger Fest Fulton Missouri
24th October 2015 sees the first Mid West Ginger Fest in Fulton Missouri.
‘Celebrating Gingers & Welcoming All’
Planned activities include a 5k, Mr & Ms Ginger Pageant and a famous ginger fancy dress costume contest (for the non gingers to blend in), as well as live music at Archie’s from a ginger band…
Venue: Archie’s Bar & Grill, 61 W 2nd St, Fulton, Missouri 65251
Date: Saturday 24th October 2015
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The Redhead’s Call – I’m Just Waiting For A Ginger Man
The Redhead’s Call to the Irish Redhead Convention, an annual festival in the small coastal village of Crosshaven, Co. Cork, Ireland. Celebrated by redheads and their admirers, this year 2015, to include the Great Redhead Road Trip, a ten day tour of all things ginger related in Ireland to conclude in Dublin.
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Bets Are on Red Head Damian Lewis to Be New James Bond
Bookmakers are still taking bets on the 44 year old, ginger haired British actor Damian Lewis to be the next James Bond in the 007 movie franchise.
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DNA Shows Scotland Has Highest Percentage of UK Gingers
Recent UK DNA research has shown that Scotland and particularly its capital city Edinburgh, has the highest percentage of the red (ginger) hair gene in the United Kingdom.
Research from BritainsDNA shows that less than 1% of the world’s population as a whole has red hair. In the British Isles the numbers are startlingly higher with around 13% of the Scottish population having red hair, with at least 35% of Scots being unknowing carriers. This figure rises to as high as 40% in Scotland’s South East, around Edinburgh.
One of Scotlands most famous Redheads Karen Gillan
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Scientists believe that the V6OL Allele, the ‘ginger gene’ showed up some 50,000 years ago after humans left Africa for colder climates. It’s thought that the Celts ginger hair could be put down to the weather. The lower sunlight Atlantic climate in the north possibly prompted a genetic adaptation, lighter skin been able to take advantage of fewer sunnier days and so allowing the body to absorb more of its required vitamin D giving Scotland the highest percentage of flame haired redheads.