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A new international dating site for redheads has enjoyed its biggest success to date in Ireland, pulling in close to 30, members in just over a month. Red Head Dates , a niche online dating service, was established recently to help singletons all over the world find romance with flame-haired partners. The UK-based site has proved a particular hit in Ireland, from where it has drawn almost one-third of its ,strong membership. John Bird, the site's MD, said: "We have had a great response in Ireland and we are getting a huge amount of interest in the site daily, with a gender split of approximately 40 percent females to 60 percent males. In fact the uptake was much more than we expected, so it is clear that dating redheads is the way to go. We are really excited about the popularity of the site.
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Less than two percent of the world's population has naturally red hair. Because they stand out, they're often bullied by their peers, ridiculed in pop culture, and perceived through negative stereotypes dating all the way back to medieval times. He's traveled to 20 countries and counting to photograph redheads around the world and celebrate their natural beauty through whimsical portraits.
AN American photographer has shot a number of striking portraits of redheaded Irish women in a bid to tackle bullying. Brian Dowling, originally from Mississippi but now living in Berlin, photographed the women for Redhead Beauty, a collection of pictures of women with red hair aimed at ending the stereotypes associated with the hair colour. Dowling, an entertainment photographer by trade, has previously photographed well-known redhead celebrities including Julia Roberts, Emma Stone and Amy Adams. As part of his trip around the world to photograph redhead beauties, he spent 10 days in Ireland, the country most associated with the hair colour.