SCIENTISTS BEG PEOPLE TO STOP BEDAZZLING
‘Microplastics’ such as glitter are very dangerous for the environment. They are polluting the ENTIRE world. Scientists are begging people (crafters in particular) to stop adding sparkles to their projects. Some states have passed legislation against the sale and use of microbeads for body washes and soaps. But it’s not enough to help our wildlife. Scientists now ask for a global ban on glitter. Actually, now scientists beg us all to ban glitter, and stop bedazzling completely.
CRAFTERS ARE LITERALLY DESTROYING THE WORLD
Don’t you find that glitter adds a certain pizazz to a holiday card? The holidays are now upon us, the best time of the year to get sparkly. Glitter is pleasing to the majority of crafters out there. Even the most closeted crafters like glitter. Yes, that’s you. But did you, closeted crafter and practicing crafters, know that glitter is actually terrible for the environment? These sparkly pleasers are a global hazard. Crafters are literally destroying the world instead of making it fabulous for, you know…unicorns and three-year-olds. Scientists beg us to stop making unicorns fabulous over the dire threat.
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS JUST DEADLY FOOL’S GOLD
And Scientists around the world are asking you to stop. Now scientists beg us to stop. People, seriously STOP bedazzling, sparkling and glittering. Yet again, you are not making the world a better and safer place to live in. Instead, you are slowly and, possibly at this point, swiftly: destroying the world with your stick-everywhere and kill-so-many-things glitter.
ECOLOGICAL HAZARDS ARE STICKY DECORATIONS, BAN GLITTER
Glitter is a ‘microplastic.’ These tiny plastic particles are polluting the environment, especially the ocean floors. One professor, Professor Richard Thompson, did a study where he claimed that a third of fish in Great Britain had glitter inside their little bodies. Where do you think the body washes with glitter go when you rinse off? They go straight into the environment. But how are these particles contributing to your overall health and wellness? We can conclude that if it’s bad for fish, it’s really bad for you.
GLITTER GETS ON THINGS, A LOT OF THINGS
In the US, there are only seven states that have passed legislation to restrict the use and sale of microbeads in products such as facial scrubs and whole-body washes. But it’s not enough. The Union needs to ban glitter. Let’s start a petition to have Donald Trump provide federal protection? How about a campaign called, “Scientists Beg Donald Trump to Save the World and ban glitter?”