I was standing in a record-breaking crowd of 1, natural redheads, all dressed in various shades of blue, posing for a group photo in a large green field. We had all come together for a weekend-long international redhead festival held in the Netherlands. As photographers were hoisted up into the sky on large cranes, I looked around at the colors. From shades of deep burgundy to yellow-tinted gold, the entire spectrum was there. From burnt orange to an orange that resembled a pile of autumn leaves.
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The first memory I have of my red hair is of wishing it away. I took a pair of sewing scissors and began hacking away at my hair in front of the TV. She ran in screaming, then grabbed one of the fallen pieces for her wallet. It seemed sunny, easy, uncomplicated. Like all kids, I wanted to fit in, but as a redhead, I always stuck out. Just how much?
Are people with red hair — gingers, redheads, individuals of unusual rufosity, whatever you want to call them — less attractive than people with other hair colors? That is certainly what received wisdom tells us. Alongside the impression that they have fiery tempers, unquenchable libidos, and cold, clammy hands OK, I made that last one up , one of the most common bits of folk wisdom about redheads is that they are just not that cute. In , the journal Psychological Studies published a study that created quite a stir on this topic, and was widely reported as "bad news for redheads. He had women dress up in differently-colored wigs, and measured how often they were approached by men. Similarly, they had men wearing differently-colored wigs approach various women over the course of the evening, and measured how often their advances were accepted or rebuffed.