The Ginger is an elusive creature who lives in constant fear of the Great Big Sun. The very ball of fire that chases the red-haired-rebel round the Earth with evil intentions. The Sun is the seeker of the Ginger — the one who wishes to burn the fair-skin of the species and freckle it beyond repair. The Damaging Demon of the Sky. According to myth: the Ginger is soulless — an existential being roaming around in an absurd world searching for some small glimmer of hope to hang onto until the biological clock runs out and the bittersweet moment of death arrives.
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They say red hair may soon become extinct. Redheads have a gene that allows them to create their own vitamin D, whilst non red-haired people are able to create theirs from exposure to sunlight. The effects of global warming heating up the planet means that even the Scots are now getting plenty of ray, thus the need for the redhead gene is in decline.