This way there will be an evenly-matched number of singles, all interested and ready to meet someone new.
Think of the kinds of things you love to do, and then find other people to do them - it's really that easy. When I moved back to Vancouver, Canada, I struggled to make friends, much less find someone I was interested in dating.
Teasing, ginger jokes and unfortunately even outright bullying are too commonplace.
An ability to laugh at oneself is very important (and redheads usually have a great sense of humour), but at the same time there should be a balance of positive publicity towards redheads that will cancel out the nastiness aimed at us by the ignorant few.
Perhaps a change of venue or attitude will make all the difference, but without trying you'll never know.
Separate from the obvious, there are several social events you can attend to increase your chances of meeting someone new.
Try planning a weekly movie night through your friends and see who shows up every week, making it clear that new people are welcome to join at any time.
One of our aims is to do just that, not just by putting people in touch with awesome and gorgeous gingers, but also by creating a dialogue through our blog, marketing efforts and endorsements.
We also encourage good chat and banter on our busy Facebook page.
In fact, you probably wouldn't be reading this article at all if you weren't in need of new ideas to jumpstart your current efforts, as whatever it is you are doing now isn't working to your satisfaction.