We’ve been following the ongoing plastic saga, covering turtles, whales, plastic islands and record levels of particles floating around in the sea. Basically it’s everywhere. But no one has shown any urgency to do anything about it.
PEOPLE ARE WAY TOO BUSY TO CARE ABOUT TURTLES, OR ANYTHING, REALLY!
New (ish) Scientific discovery flips the issue on it’s head
Scientists have dropped a haymaker that will have you making immediate change.
One word: Shrinkage.
THERE’S lots of reasons not to use plastic – but this one might come as a shock.
Chemicals in everyday items, from household cleaners to food packaging, can damage a man’s penis – and make it SMALLER.
Phthalates, BPA and parabens are to blame for a rise in the number of baby boys being born with genital defects, experts have warned.
Dr Andrew Pask and Dr Mark Green, from the University of Melbourne, said in Australia penis birth defects have doubled in recent years, due to plastic use.
You can read on if you want. But that’s pretty much all you need to know to ban plastic from your life forever. Are you still going to wait until 2022? CAN YOU REALLY TAKE THAT CHANCE?
This news may come as a shock to some. Especially people that don’t use the internet or have access to books.
Ok. Maybe the news isn’t that new. But that doesn’t mean that it’s not time to change.
Some of us have known about this phenomenon for years.
In fact, I just spent a decade running a store selling plastic alternatives: glass and stainless water bottles; natural, polyester-free clothing; Organic mattresses free of polyurethane and memory foam; and so on.
FOR EXACTLY THIS REASON!
BPA, Phthalates and other crap you find in plastics and petroleum based synthetic materials have long been known (to people that use the internet and/or read books…) to reduce penis size and increase breast size (in men.) And you don’t even want to know what plastics do to women…
For everyone that shopped with us: YOU’RE WELCOME.
And to everyone that laughed at us: WHO’S LAUGHING NOW?
Also, you might want to stay away from soybeans.