Bullies are jealous of lovely red hair
IN response to the letter in The Post, June 13, I too was teased at school for being ginger back in the 1960s.
Then there weren't a lot of redheads around. In senior school I think there were only three in a school of about 1,000 pupils.
My father said that when I was born they left me out in the rain and I went rusty.
At 18 I was very happy to have red hair and to be different.
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There are several redheads in my family. Now looking around it seems that redheads are very common, although some are out of a bottle.
Sadly my colour is fading fast so I may turn to a bottle of dye soon.
I'd say to children who are being teased that the teasers are probably jealous of the lovely colour and try not to be affected by their comments.
Mrs A Nash