Tuesday, 27 January 2009

Does gingerism remain the last acceptable prejudice? | Life and style | The Guardian

Does gingerism remain the last acceptable prejudice? | Life and style | The Guardian

Why do so many seemingly decent people - the type who would hate to be considered prejudiced - think gingism is perfectly acceptable?

Why indeed? I don't understand such nonsense - as a child, I was always envious of those lucky children with flaming red hair, freckles or not. And why is it that, in a world of gingism, so many people dye their hair bright red?

There are few as beautiful as Moosquared or Dylan, and I fondly remember the days when my own hair had more than a hint of red in the sun. A pity it darkened as I aged.

Redheads rule! People are just damn jealous.

1 comment:

  1. If you're interested in reading more about gingerism (or gingism as the author puts it) please check out my (blogspot) blog here: gingerism

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