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Redheads Are Set To Unite In Solidarity In Australia's First 'Ginger Pride' Rally

Actress Isla Fisher gestures as she discusses her new film 'Now You See Me', at the Apple store in central London, Wednesday, June 19, 2013. The film follows

Redheads, Carrot Tops, Ginger Ninjas, listen up.

Australia's first ginger pride rally is here, and no one will be pulling an Isla Fisher (as seen above) and being all quiet about it.

Aussie gingers will be uniting in Melbourne to be "loud and proud" about their hair colour on April 16.

On Wednesday, The Ginger Net announced Australia's First Ginger Pride Rally, to not only raise awareness of the hair on their heads, but also to raise funds for an anti-bullying foundation, Bully Zero.

"Assemble your ginger squad and fly your redhead freak flag*t's about to get real," The Ginger Net posted to Facebook on Wednesday.

Ginger squads will be uniting in solidarity on the day to celebrate being "the variety and spice of life" according to the group, with former Big Brother contestant Michael Beveridge leading the way.

"Making up just 1-2 percent of the world's population. WE are the definition of unique, a rare human unicorn, that cannot be tamed... except with the sweet soothing music of Ed Sheeran," the rally webpage states.

So it looks like they're having a little fun with it. And their post-rally activities don't dispute it.

The rally will end at Federation Square where there will be plenty of "gingery festivities" include ginger beer pong, alcoholic ginger beer sampling and music by The Vanns whose lead singer is a redhead.

Who could say no to ginger beer pong?