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By request more gwilym pugh from his instagram @for-redheads

By request, more Gwilym Pugh.

From his instagram stream @gwilymcpugh

Submission from caitlinbellah aimee in lone wolf @for-redheads

submission from caitlinbellah:

Aimee in Lone Wolf Magazine by Caitlin Bellah

callmepowergirl said:

can we submit pictures or a link you could reblog :O

Yes please do, submissions are loved <3. Pictures and links are both welcome! Link to submissions

Anonymous asked who is the ginger w the beard @for-redheads

Anonymous asked:

Who is the ginger w/ the beard and blue eyes? Actor?

For (amazing) blue eyes & (awesome ginger) beard, my guess is you’re asking about Gwilym C Pugh. He is a model, and you can find him @GwilymCPugh

Photos are by Mr Elbank

A blessing a curse a people on the brink of @for-redheads

A blessing. A curse.  A people on the brink of extinction. What would you do if you were the last of your kind?

Double Recessive is a savage comedy showing us the history of The Ginger Crisis. Scientists are studying ‘Subject Red 1’, the last remaining redhead. It’s all in good fun as researchers follow the Development Of A Redhead to deliver a scholarly paper.

“We are a society without deception, we must show ourselves for what we truly are.”  - The Hair Dye Prohibition Act of 2024

Double Recessive | Jordan Lloyd Watkins | David Bloom

(the play is just satire, redheads are not going extinct :))

Muchadoeaboutnothing color me bad @for-redheads

muchadoeaboutnothing:

color-me-bad:

the-goddamazon:

angrybabysitter:

this ponytail is everything

Goddamn and the light caught that shit just right. She’s crowned in rosy auburn clouds.

Cotton candy fro get reblogged every time

Every single time

Micdotcom madeline stuart is getting her shot @for-redheads

micdotcom:

Madeline Stuart is getting her shot at Fashion Week 

Madeline Stuart, the Australian 18-year-old with Down syndrome who’s been winning fashion fans all year, will will the runway at New York Fashion Week next month for FTL Moda. Stuart is hoping to change society’s view of people with disabilities — and fashion specifically so desperately needs it.

Ginger emoji are finally here redheads may be @for-redheads

Ginger emoji are finally here  | 

Redheads may be rare at less than 2% of the world’s population, but that is 138,000,000 iPhones waiting to happen. ~ ginger emoji petition

Bespokeredmayne eddie has this astonishing @for-redheads

bespokeredmayne:

“Eddie has this astonishing emotional translucency. For him the concern was always about Lili’s emotional journey. He put so much work and time into that, which led to getting the physical stuff right. Everything flowed from the inside out.” 

– Director Tom Hooper on a Eddie Redmayne’s portrayal of Einar Wegener/Lili Elbe in The Danish Girl. 

Gdfalksen an advertisement for a wallpaper @for-redheads

gdfalksen:

An advertisement for a wallpaper company (Charpentier-Deny) by Louis Théophile Hingre, 1890. Larger version.

Marcuscrassus jules joseph lefebvre mary @for-redheads

marcuscrassus:

Jules Joseph Lefebvre - Mary Magdalene in a Grotto (1876)
For redheads ginger animal of the week golden @for-redheads

for-redheads:

Ginger animal of the week

Golden Tiger (color variation)
Photos by Emmanuel Keller and Michael Carreno

Tigers with a beautiful Golden color result from a rare recessive genetic mutation [x]. The few golden tigers recorded in the wild [x] were often believed to carry magical or mystical qualities. They were the subject of legend and lore throughout much of Asia [x]. Currently, no golden tigers are known to be living in the wild. In captivity, the golden color has usually appeared in cubs who have one orange parent and one white parent [x]. The rarity of the gene identified in white tiger color variants is so great that it’s been estimated to occur in only 1 of every 10,000 wild tigers [x]. Many conservationists believe that zoos should not specifically breed for these color mutations [Association of Zoos & Aquariums] [see links below]. “Golden Tigers” are not a species [x], but a rare color trait variation [x]. Attempts to specially perpetuate rare traits can lead to the birth of highly inbred, unhealthy cubs. [x]. When this happens, not only do individual cubs suffer, but the sustainability of tiger species is impaired [x]. Rather than trying to alter the natural rarity of their golden color, we might best respect the unique beauty of these animals by focusing on their well-being.
[x][x][x][x]

Golden Tiger cub, Shami, with his orange sister, Dalaya, and his parents Elvis (white) and Raja (orange).

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If this post can be improved, please let me know. This tiger was posted because it is a beautiful ginger animal which, like ginger people, results from a rare genetic mutation. Comments have asked me to stress that the color should not be deliberately bred for in tigers. Input is very welcome!

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Thanks to bigcatawareness for these links! :

Golden Tiger Genetics at MessyBeast.com

bigcatrescue.org (talks primarily about white tigers, of which golden tigers are a byproduct, and this is a go-to link on tiger color morphs and the problems therein)

And here is my page that has a whole section on white tigers, which cover the same topics that have to do with golden tigers.

I also have a whole tag on white tigers as well as golden tigers. I hope this all helps you!

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Runaepard please reference that all 30 of those @for-redheads

runaepard:

Please reference that all 30 of those individuals are horribly inbred. This mutation has never occurred in the wild on record. It was specifically found through inbreeding. Glorifying the color because it resembles strawberry blonde hair does no favor to these poor animals. Lets hope those 30 are the last ones.

for-redheads:

If this post can be improved, please let me know. This tiger was posted because it is a beautiful ginger animal which, like ginger people, results from a rare genetic mutation. Comments have asked me to stress that the color should not be deliberately bred for in tigers. Input is very welcome!

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Golden Tiger cub, Shami, with his orange sister, Dalaya, and his parents Elvis (white) and Raja (orange).

Golden Tiger (color variation)
Photos by Emmanuel Keller  and Michael Carreno

Tigers with a beautiful Golden color result from a rare recessive genetic mutation [x]. The few golden tigers recorded in the wild [x] were often believed to carry magical or mystical qualities. They were the subject of legend and lore throughout much of Asia [x]. Currently, no golden tigers are known to be living in the wild. In captivity, the golden color has usually appeared in cubs who have one orange parent and one white parent [x]. The rarity of the gene identified in white tiger color variants is so great that it’s been estimated to occur in only 1 of every 10,000 wild tigers [x]. Many conservationists believe that zoos should not specifically breed for these color mutations [Association of Zoos & Aquariums] [see links below]. “Golden Tigers” are not a species [x], but a rare color trait variation [x]. Attempts to specially perpetuate rare traits can lead to the birth of highly inbred, unhealthy cubs. [x]. When this happens, not only do individual cubs suffer, but the sustainability of tiger species is impaired [x]. Rather than trying to alter the natural rarity of their golden color, we might best respect the unique beauty of these animals by focusing on their well-being.
[x][x][x][x]

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Thanks to bigcatawareness for these links! :

Golden Tiger Genetics at MessyBeast.com

bigcatrescue.org (talks primarily about white tigers, of which golden tigers are a byproduct, and this is a go-to link on tiger color morphs and the problems therein)

And here is my page that has a whole section on white tigers, which cover the same topics that have to do with golden tigers.

I also have a whole tag on white tigers as well as golden tigers. I hope this all helps you!

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Natalie portman by ellen von unwerth for marie @for-redheads

Natalie Portman by Ellen von Unwerth for Marie Claire UK, Sep 2015.

Everythingginger this is pretty interesting @for-redheads

everythingginger:

This is pretty interesting.

Request please let me know about redhead blogs you @for-redheads

Request
Please let me know about Redhead blogs you follow or create! I’m sure my list is missing some awesome blogs, and it would be great to include them and attach the list to my profile page

starclusterbrain said:

Love your blog :D Do you happen to know other hair-color themed blogs?

xoxo Ginger Pride! Here is the list so far:

REDHEAD LINKS:

TUMBLR
everythingginger.tumblr.com
ginger-with-attitude.tumblr.com
gingersarelove.tumblr.com
tumblr.mc1r-magazine.com
preraphaelitebeauty.tumblr.com

WEB
everythingforredheads.co.uk
gingerparrot.co.uk
howtobearedhead.com
redheaddays.nl

GINGER MEN
Links are here

photo by Andrea Hübner

Links ginger men by request here is the updated @for-redheads

Links : Ginger Men

By request, here is the updated list of tumblr blogs devoted to the gorgeousness of ginger men!  I can’t guarantee it, but at the moment I think these are pretty much work safe:

Carrot Top (carrot-top)
Fire In the hole! (fireintheholenyc)
My Ginger Guys (g-toplove)
Fabulous Ginger Beards (gingerbeardsforlife)
guyswithredbeards
Elucubrations d'une fangirl (jul-l-amazone)
Ginger Men Lover (rouquinou)
Ginger Genes (sowheeler)
Ginger Militia (thegingermilitia)
wannafuckwithredheadguys

NSFW links are here

photo is by Rachel (vicesandvirtues)

Arthur rackhams the true sweetheart vs @for-redheads

Arthur Rackham’s “The True Sweetheart” 

vs  Florence Welch in Luisa Beccaria

Imthecatlady okay so heres the lowdown i @for-redheads

imthecatlady:

Okay so here’s the lowdown. I found 4 sets of medium format negatives while I was thrift shop hunting a few weeks ago. They were sitting in a box of old vintage photographs in these plastic sleeves, and from what I could tell, they had been taken sometime in the 50’s. So obviously I brought them home, and today finally had them scanned in, and holy wow they are beautiful!!

NOW this is where I need the Internet’s help. I would absolutely love to find the women in these photographs/the photographer who took them. The only info I have is that the negatives were found in a thrift store on Hull St in Richmond, VA. They are medium format, and judging by the style of dress, made in 1940-1950. The owner of the thrift store had no idea where they came from. I’m posting the best/clearest scans of the images, so if y'all could reblog the shit out of this, I’m hoping we can find the owners of these amazing images.

Loving lucy lucille ball in the 1943 film du @for-redheads

loving-lucy:

Lucille Ball in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. It was for this movie that her hair was dyed its famous red shade (“Tango Red”). Critics were quick to call her “Technicolor Tessie” as they raved that no actress had looked so beautiful in color. 

Loving lucy the first lady of television her @for-redheads

loving-lucy:

“The first lady of television - her face was seen by more people more often than the face of any other human being who has ever lived. Who can forget Lucy? She was like everyone’s next door neighbor, only funnier. Lucille Ball was a national treasure who brought laughter to us all. This nation is grateful to her.” - Inscription for her Presidential Medal of Freedom, 1989

“She had a tenacity, an amazing ability to keep going until she got it right. Bravery. She was the first to do things that women didn’t do. She was gifted. She had genius, like Chaplin. Artistry of the top rank.” - Lucie Arnaz

“I once told Lucy that she was a beautiful clown. She didn’t want to hear it because it embarrased her, but it was true. She might be dressed in a baggy suit and a battered top hat and wearing big, funny shoes but she was still beautiful. And unlike some actresses who worry that they won’t look good, or that their hair will be mussed, Lucy would get into any crazy costume we would think of. She couldn’t wait to black out her teeth or get soaking wet or put on a funny wig.” - Madelyn Pugh Davis, writer for I Love Lucy

“One of the most important things that Lucy showed us was that women could be funny and attractive all at once - a groundbreaking concept for the day. This was particularly admirable considering Lucy was beautiful enough to be a conventional film star. But she shrugged off the persona of a cool beauty, instead reveling in the chance to get a laugh. She was never afraid to look foolish, silly, or even ugly for the sake of a good gag and her public loved her for it. By proving this formula, she paved the way for generations of funny women to come. Think of Carol Burnett, Roseanne, Gilda Radner, and Candice Bergen - they all owe at least part of their success to the amazing Lucy.” - Commentary on her role for women

Happy Birthday, Lucille Ball | August 6, 1911 - April 26, 1989 

Beeinherbonnet the probability of separate @for-redheads

beeinherbonnet:

“The probability of separate worlds meeting is very small. The lure of it is immense. We send starships. We fall in love.”  

- Jeanette Winterson

Enya enya bakunova by david bellemere for @for-redheads

“Enya”

Enya Bakunova by David Bellemere

for Treats! Magazine #3

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