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Yeh the ginger thing also extends to the extreme blonde aswell.

My sis is a "ginger" im about as blonde as you can be before albino.

Same stigma exists.

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Jews are also considered a race despite being incredibly diverse from a genetic perspective. 

 

That point is up for contesting, seeing as it's a religion that anyone of any race can join, would a black person suddenly change race if he became Jewish? I don't recall "Jew" being listed under race on my last census or Passport application.

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Anyone who does this has to be really pathetic.

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Then how about using the generic "bigotry"? It covers groups of many non-genetic types.

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Who has a problem with gingers ?

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There's a difference between Redheads and Gingers with Ladies  ;)

 

Also you might want to change out the 2nd picture, it shows nips. 

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new? Ginger people have been victims forever, they are all bullied at school but the teachers do nothing about it.

Yes, and the sun discriminates against them too!

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Not true.

 

race (noun)

  • a group of persons related by common descent or heredity
  • a population so related
Ginger people share a common ancestry beyond simply hair colour, as genetic traits include a predisposition to pale skin and freckles. Jews are also considered a race despite being incredibly diverse from a genetic perspective. Even if you don't consider it racism it is victimisation, which is also against the Community Rules.

Sounds like a good time to me. Thanks for the advise!

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I was bullied at school because of my hair colour. Things like this happened and terrified me growing up, and I'm sure it's affected me. Friends have commented on how jumpy I am, how I'm not a touchy-feely person, and I feel like I have an overall lack of confidence. All because of the "stigma" of my hair colour growing up.

Overall bullying is a bad thing and should be stopped, but this particularly hits a nerve with me.

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^ Fortunately, not everyone treats reds like that.

 

Personally, I love red heads, preferably as many and as often as possible! :p

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^Same. I always thought if I dyed my hair a different colour, it would be red.

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^Same. I always thought if I dyed my hair a different colour, it would be red.

 

The World recognizes the difference between Redheads and Gingers  :rofl:

 

 

Redhead

 

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Ginger

 

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This has been a public service announcement by McKay

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The World recognizes the difference between Redheads and Gingers  :rofl:

 

 

Redhead

 

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Ginger

 

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This has been a public service announcement by McKay

lol you sexist pig :p
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I guess I never got it. I mean, I can roll with a joke like anyone, but that's just more of the same ugly-vs-pretty that you get with any hair colour or race.. how about we just don't be mean to anyone, hey :P

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I guess I never got it. I mean, I can roll with a joke like anyone, but that's just more of the same ugly-vs-pretty that you get with any hair colour or race.. how about we just don't be mean to anyone, hey :p

 

That's awfully mean calling that handsome, strapping young man "Ugly"  :rofl:

 

I know he was cursed with that hair but cut him some slack

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That's awfully mean calling that handsome, strapping young man "Ugly"  :rofl:

 

I know he was cursed with that hair but cut him some slack

rofl, I just showed this to my wife, along with the pic, she's laughing so hard she has tears. Yes she has a sense of humour, and can take a joke.
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Rupert Grint, now that's a handsome ginger. Rawr.

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Rupert Grint, now that's a handsome ginger. Rawr.

Until you take him out into direct sunlight, then he'll just burn and peel. Unless you like that, in which case I recommend you seek professional help :p

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Until you take him out into direct sunlight, then he'll just burn and peel. Unless you like that, in which case I recommend you seek professional help :p

Oh it's okay, we can stay inside ;)

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Oh it's okay, we can stay inside ;)

god it's tempting to make sex jokes, I'll refrain this time. :p

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Rupert Grint, now that's a handsome ginger. Rawr.

 

I find it funny after Harry Potter, Dan and Emma went on to do what they're doing now, and Rupert clearly just thought "###### it" and bought an Ice-Cream Van.

 

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god it's tempting to make sex jokes, I'll refrain this time. :p

 

Why, worried he might shake his wand at you? :rofl:

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