Alternatively, birds use vibrant coloring to attract mates.
Isn't the vast majority of examples where the male is the vibrant coloured one and the female is plain looking?
Time to dress in drag and do the hula.
Males do. Rarely females
But it does happen
Humans are just one of those exemptions
Also, unusual hair colors has been in use for thousands of years, with blue hair being the most prominent color used in places like Egypt and the English Isles.
Bleached dreads in Scandinavian cultures is another.
I think saying "English Isles" is a great way to piss off a lot of non-englidh people.
Scots right now re-reading the wording of the Act Of Union again just in case they missed a loophole.
The question is whether English Isles or British Isles is worse. Hmm...
Love this. If anyone has look you don't like guess what they are not for you. Move on.
Love this! So well said.
If someone isn't into you the way you're comfortable looking then you're not compatible with the person. It's not wrong to communicate what way of looking you enjoy in your partner, but if your partner isn't comfortable presenting that way and you're not attracted to the way they enjoy being, then it's not a match. Not everyone is meant for everyone. I wish people were able to present however they desire. There's also limitations jobs inflict upon people. Sad.
Also it is sexy af.
I love blue hair, but my fiancee is a chef so she doesn't dye it.