"There are too many redheads in relation to demand," he told told Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet."I do not think you chose a redhead, unless the partner - for example, the sterile male - has red hair, or because the lone woman has a preference for redheads.The headlines trumpeted the news that the secret to “youthful looks” -- or even “eternal youth” – had been discovered in the “ginger gene”.People with the gene that supposedly ‘produces’ red hair and fair skin “looked much younger than their real age”, one newspaper claimed scientists had discovered.Precise historical reasons are difficult to pinpoint but red hair, it seems, bestows a sense of otherness. In Ancient Egypt, according to the Egyptian historian Manetho, redheaded men were sometimes sacrificed by being burned alive to appease the gods.Judas, Christ’s betrayer, was often depicted with red hair in Renaissance art.Having the rare variant means people are more likely to have red hair, while those with the more common one are more likely to have dark hair.However, the scientists told The Independent that it was a “step too far” to then conclude that people with red hair were more likely to age prematurely while those with dark hair could expect to retain a youthful appearance.
Admittedly, her husband, Captain Poldark (Aidan Turner), is pleasingly easy on the eye - particularly when he decides to do a spot of shirtless scything - but for all of us on Team Demelza, the real star is the copper-haired former servant girl, played by the luminously beautiful Eleanor Tomlinson. Last week, visiting the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, Prince Harry – named the most popular royal in a Yougov poll last year - delighted the crowd of wellwishers by making a beeline for 12-year-old Ethan Toscan who was brandishing a banner saying “Redheads rule”.On the one hand there are people and places who consider red hair to be truly beautiful, but on the other hand there are those who give ginger people a very hard time indeed.Teasing, ginger jokes and unfortunately even outright bullying are too commonplace.And that's perhaps not so many, especially in the latter case." Indian sperm was also hard to find, he said, because India does not allow sperm or eggs to be exported, causing a problem for childless international Indians.Cryos pays donors up to 500 Danish Krona (£58), and sends its semen to over 65 countries worldwide.I also suggest scrolling down the homepage and watching the "Ginger videos." The third one in particular is quite humurous, if you like British humor.