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I'm a Ginger Ninja!

The place where likeminded Ginger Ninja’s and those that love them come together and share, explore, understand and enjoy this very unique community. are driven by the 4 C’s:

Clan, Craft, Curse, Community

Join the most innovative and creative clan of Ginger Ninja’s the world has seen.


The clan of Ginger Ninja’s are an exclusive club belonging to anyone that regards themselves as a Ginger Ninja or a friend of a Ginger Ninja.


It takes a village to raise a child is a proverb which means that it takes an entire community to raise a child: A Ginger Ninja has the best ability to become a healthy adult if the entire community takes an active role in contributing to the upbringing of this Ginger Ninja. 


The clan can support each other through various ways:


  • Red Thread


  • 7 hand shakes theory which claims that everyone is connected through the shaking of hands. This means that none of the Ginger Ninja experiences we have or are having is unique to us alone, but there are other Ginger Ninja’s out there that can share it.


Why does anyone bully another? Well there are many reasons for that, but we would like to look at the positive side to this as Ginger Ninja’s. You can meet a Ginger Ninja that is an adult already and you will see the strength in them when they talk about the experiences they have had growing up. Well its our sworn duty as a clan of Ginger Ninja’s to ensure that all children in the clan get the confidence and support to become full Ginger Ninja’s one day.



Ginger is a great ingredient whether you want to enhance your food, drink or loose weight. Here are some great things you can do with Ginger


  • Ginger Bread recipes

  • Ginger drinks

    • Alcohol free

    • Alcohol based (18 years or older)

Ginger Ninja’s are more likely to get sunburn or even skin cancer due to excessive sun, therefore its critical to always have Sunscreen on.​​​


  • We will shortly list recommendations, watch this space!

As part of the clan of Ginger Ninja’s we also promote those institutions that are Ginger Ninja friendly.


  • We will shortly list recommendations, watch this space!





According to various data sources, Red hair occurs naturally in 1–2% of all humans. It occurs more frequently (2–6%) in people of northern or western European ancestry, and less frequently in other populations.


Red hair can vary from a deep copper (reddish-brown) through to strawberry blond. It is also associated with fair skin color, lighter eye colors (gray, blue, green, and hazel) and freckles.


Cultural reactions have varied from ridicule to admiration; many common stereotypes exist regarding redheads and they are often portrayed as fiery-tempered. The term redhead has been in use since at least 1510 and Ginger Ninja’s have been around for much longer.


So what is a Ginger Ninja ? Its someone with any off the characteristics  explained above, but with a great positive no nonsense attitude that are always up for challenging the status quo.


1. Red hair is a beautiful genetic mutation

Both parents must be carriers of the mutated MC1R gene to be able to produce redhead offspring, of which there is a 25% chance if they don't have red hair themselves.


2. Less than 2% of the world's population have red hair

That's approximately 140 million people. Scotland boasts the highest percentage of natural redheads, with 13% (40% might carry the gene there) while Ireland comes in second with 10%.


3. Red hair can occur in any ethnicity

It occurs more frequently (2-6%) in people of northern or western European ancestry, and less frequently in other populations.


4. It's really hard work to dye red hair

Because it holds its pigment tighter than any other hair colour, red strands need to have their pigment stripped before being dyed by bleaching which, of course, damages the hair. Stay red!


5. Red hair is thicker than other colours

Each strand of red hair is generally thicker than other shades which compensates for the fact that redheads have less hair. Apparently they have – on average – 90,000 strands while blondes have 110,000, and brunettes have 140,000.


6. Redheads are more likely to develop skin cancer

Because of their commonly fair skin and sensitivity to ultraviolet light, redheads are more likely to develop skin cancer. The International Journal of Cancer reported in 2010 that natural redheads are approximately two and a half times as likely to develop the dangerous cancer as people with other hair hues.


7. Blue eyed redheads are super rare

Blue eyes and red hair forms the rarest combo on earth. Most (natural) redheads will have brown eyes, followed by hazel or green shades.


8. Redheads can change temperature quicker

This is because – according to research – redheads are more sensitive to hot and cold pain. Nothing to do with their mythical fiery temperament!


9. Redheads don't go grey

Red hair will never turn grey; it simply fades to white via rose gold when the time comes.


10. Redheads can produce their own Vitamin D

As they can't sufficiently absorb Vitamin D (it's down to their lower melanin-concentration), redheads internally produce their own Vitamin D when they're exposed to low light conditions. Go Ginger Ninja’s!


11. Climate change is threatening the gene

Given that red hair doesn't adapt to warm climates, the gene could - at some point - become extinct. Could this be a fact ? Let the Ginger Ninja’s live forever !




Here all members of the clan, tribe, comrades or friends get information on the next Ginger Ninja events in your region of the world


  • Red hair day South Africa

  • Red hair day’s globally,

  • Affiliations to other Ginger groups in Africa, Europe, USA and other countries  

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Most of the world doesn’t think that there’s much to say about Ginger Ninja’s. Well we think there is. There is so much to say, and so little platforms. So why not use Kinder Ginger to tell us your views on Gingers, either as a Ginger Ninja or as a friend of one. We want you to write for us !

Contribute to Kinder Ginger

Whether you want to write lengthy posts on our “Red Thread” or just once in a while, we’re happy to have your comments shared with the rest of the Kinder Ginger ninja clan. Like we said, if you need a platform to write and test your great writing skills, then this is the place, we sadly cannot offer you any payment at this point, but hopefully just the joy of writing for Ginger Ninja’s will get you excited.


The areas we’re looking for your input include:

General News


Sun care

Haircare, Make-Up or Skincare

Celebrity News

Music, Film, TV

Art & Photography


Excited ? You have your topic ? Please email us at with the following information:


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Your availability… how often would you like to write for us?


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