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That's approximately million people. That's according to a study by a German sex researcher who found that women with red hair had sex more often. A similar English study found that redhead gals had sex an average of three times a week, while our blonde and brunette counterparts have it twice a week. Shame the fellas weren't questioned, too. Because it holds its pigment tighter than any other hair colour, red strands need to have their pigment stripped before being dyed by bleaching which, of course, damages the hair.
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You Got the Luck of the Irish: You’re a Redhead!
Are redheads with blue eyes really going extinct? | Pursuit by The University of Melbourne
Redheads, as they say, wear the map of Ireland all over their faces. Sorry, ginger-haired English Prince Harry. Ireland has the highest per capita percentage of redheads in the world -- anywhere from 10 to 30 percent, according to Eupedia , a website that explores European genetics and ancestry. They are almost equally prevalent in Scotland and other pockets of Celtic pride.
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Patrick's Day festivities kick off this weekend and cities across the globe dress themselves in green to celebrate the fun holiday. Soon, we'll begin to see t-shirts and pins with "Luck of the Irish" stamped over them. Some many not believe in "luck," but many say it's lucky to rub your hand on a redhead's head because the color is so rare. This year, whether they're true or not, we decided to embrace the many myths of St.
And when you meet a red head with blue eyes, you are looking at the rarest colour combination of all for human beings. Around 17 per cent of people have blue eyes, and when combined with per cent having red hair, the odds of having both traits are around 0. The reason these looks are so unusual is because they are the result of two different sets of DNA instructions, or mutations, happening in the same person, explains Professor Mark Elgar, an evolutionary biologist from the University of Melbourne. In contrast, brown hair and brown eyes are dominant traits, which is why they are much more prevalent.
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