I’ve always been a big fan of beards on dudes, but as I’m typically attracted to dark-haired men, I’d never really considered whether I’m attracted to ginger beards or blonde beards. I’ve recently started binge-watching “Sons of Anarchy,” which has put me firmly on Team Blonde Beard thanks to Jax Teller. Now these photos of Prince Harry, playing some football on Christmas Eve Day, have me totally popping a girl boner for ginger beards as well. He looks so dashing and manly and ruddy and grrrrrr. LIKE. [Photos: Pacific Coast News/Splash News]
Admit it: When you think of gingers, you think of them as being pale and freckle-faced goofballs. Your mind automatically goes to famously freckled faces like Carrot Top, Pippi Longstocking or Alfred E. Newman of MAD Magazine. It’s become something of a running joke in the dating scene that redheads are unattractive. Don’t believe me? There’s an actual documentary on being ginger and how much it sucks (and the fact that there’s this weird fascination with gingers as medical anomalies probably doesn’t help). Read more at Your Tango…
Our affection for rare, gorgeous natural red hair is well-documented, and our love for celebrity redheads knows no bounds. Whether they’re natural-born gingers like Jessica Chastain and Isla Fisher or artificially-enhanced like Riley Keough and Christina Hendricks makes no difference to us — we’ll take ‘em all. Here are 10 of our favorite celebrity shades of red…
Judging by all the posts about Prince Hot Ginge we publish, you might have figured out by now that I have a
little huge thing for gingers. You can imagine my unbridled glee upon the discovery of “I Collect Gingers,” a photoseries by photographer Anthea Pokroy. She’s fascinated by these naturally gorgeous, rare genetic specimens, too! To date, Pokroy has photographed 505 redheads so far and is even raising money to publish the world’s weirdest coffee table book. Well, weird to other people. [Laughing Squid]
Redheads! They’re so different! So special, so rare! And the same recessive genes that give them their ginger locks also cause them to feel pain in a different way than the rest of us. A study done at Aalborg University in Denmark found that while redheads are better able to handle spicier foods, their bodies are less adept at handling a variety of other sensory experiences, such as extreme cold and dental pain. Annnnnnd gingers are also more inclined to have problems such as endometriosis and sclerosis.
But the good news?
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Emergency: redheads on are on brink of extinction! Gingers are already genetically rare and now nature, that cruel mistress, has conspired to snuff out the red ones entirely. Everyone and anyone who was teased by being called “carrot top” in elementary school needs to band together for the propagation of the redheaded race. And that means you, too, gay redheads. Now is not the time for this homosexual stuff. [YouTube via Queerty] Keep reading »