I have now heard it all. This from the BBC:
BBC Explains How to Have Carbon Guilt Free Sex.
What is eco-friendly sex?
“For some, being eco-friendly sexually means selecting lubes, toys, bed sheets and condoms that have less impact on the planet,” explains Dr Adenike Akinsemolu, an environmental sustainability scientist from Nigeria.
No mention of 10 foot barge poles. And then there is Lauren:
Lauren lives almost entirely waste-free and, since 2012, has collected anything she hasn’t been able to recycle in a jar.
You won’t find condoms in Lauren’s jar and, as they are the only contraception effective against STIs, she asks all her sexual partners to get tested before sleeping with them or she will put them in her little jar.
You could make a horror film about this premise called “Jar Head.”
Where is my 10 foot barge pole anyway?
Which brings us to this:
The climate impact of reproducing
Which brings us to another point where sex and the environment collide – having children.
According to a 2017 study, living car-free saves about 2.3 tonnes of CO2 a year, while sticking to a plant-based diet saves 0.8 tonnes. By comparison – if you live in the developed world – not having a child saves about 58.6 tonnes per year. And not having sex with Lauren saves another bundle, which brings us full circle to this:
Of course, having the British government BBC, or someone like Lauren, lecture you on the carbon friendly way to have sex probably causes an immediate reaction and reduction of the “problem”, so maybe the issue will not rise to the occasion anyway.. And then:
‘Humans are a mistake’: Why more young women are getting sterilized
A few pics of this breed, er brood, of women:
I have been traumatized as a child
Good thing your parents didn’t feel the same way.
Lessens the gene pool of the weak.
Great I say. I hope more women do the same thing:
Quote of the weak:
“The only pro-business thing Trudeau has ever done in Canada is legalize weed.”
Craziness in a crazy world.