The Redhead Book: A Book For And About Redheads by Al Sacharov
Red: A History of the Redhead
This article is from the archive of our partner. Whether you like the characterization of Merida as a fiery redhead some, like Slate's L. Far from the mean trope of the "redheaded stepchild," these girls with the flaming hair are awesome not just because of their hair color, but because they are audacious and spirited and kindred in some way or another beyond their locks. Though their hair color is pretty great, too. I spoke to Elizabeth Eulberg, Y. Eulberg, too, has red hair. Take a Bow is Eulberg's fourth book, but her first with a major character who has red hair, she tells me.
They're fiery and dangerous, or they're clownish and weak. They're total geeks in public, but they're wild in the bedroom. They don't have souls, so they'll steal yours. The list of myths and stereotypes about redheads go on and on, showing just how stigmatized people with this unique phenotype really are. But all of the joking about the red-headed step-child aside, it turns out that our ginger sisters and brothers really do have a special set of attributes that their blonde and brunette counterparts don't. So what's so special about our redheaded friends? What is it that makes their hair so crimson and their skin so pale?
As a redhead, I loved this book. I thought it was intensely fascinating and I learned a lot about my fiery hair hue. I definitely suggest that every redhead have this.
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The Redhead Book, A Book for and About Redheads
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By Susannah Cahalan. December 2, am Updated December 7, am. Amy Adams is a lucky woman. Martins , out now, by scarlet-haired writer Erin La Rosa. Research indicates that redheads have higher thresholds for pain and need less vitamin D than the rest of us thanks to the MC1R gene mutation, which gives their hair its hue.