*Photo by Jenny Wicks
Currently, two percent of the world’s population is adorned with red hair. Scientists have speculated that this rare breed may possibly going extinct. With their gorgeous ginger locks, beautiful pale skin and freckles, we believe in standing up for the right of this endangered species.
As the mysterious minority that they are, gingers (pronounced gin-gas [hard “g”]) in the U.K. have become the victim of senseless bullying. After a now-infamous episode of South Park where the writers intimated that redheads have no souls, tens of thousands of people flocked to Facebook in support of a “Kick a Ginger” Day.
Now is the time to stand up for the right of the Ginger and to encourage Ginger-making. Red hair is a recessive genetic trait, and is therefore most effectively passed on through progeneration of the redheaded species. “Jump on a Ginger” advocates for this right (and duty) of our redheaded brothers and sisters. We believe in supporting our fire-haired friends in their endeavors and encouraging them to procreate to produce more of these exotic, red-brimmed babies!
There you have it folks! Now please, take a moment and support our cause. Then go out and jump on a ginger!