Discrimination against people with red hair
Discrimination against people with red hair is the prejudice, stereotyping and dehumanization of people with naturally red hair, which can be the result of a genetic mutation. In contemporary form, it often involves a cultural discrimination against people with red hair.
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A number of stereotypes exist about people with red hair, many of which engender harmful or discriminatory treatment towards them.
While discrimination against people with red hair has occurred for thousands of years and in many countries, in modern times it is has been described as particularly acute in the United Kingdom, where there have been calls to designate red hair a protected characteristic covered by hate crime legislation.