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A proposal to ban wet wipes has gay men freaking out

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told BBC News Tuesday the government is considering a ban on plastic wet wipes to tackle water pollution. According to the article, wet wipes account for 93% of sewer blockages in England, and around 90% of them contain plastic.

Yikes!“It is part of a wider plan to improve water quality in England, where no river or waterway is considered clean,” the article says.That sounds pretty bad, but has the government considered the alternative?

If the ban goes through, England’s waterways may be cleaner, but the bums of British men will not.That would be–pardon the pun–a true bummer.In all seriousness, there are legitimate reasons to stop using wet wipes, even here in the States.

In addition to being a huge pollutant, they’re actually not very good for you. An anal surgeon laid out the case last year in the publication Well and Good.“People tend to use wet wipes and then pull up their pants, so what happens is that the moisture sits there,” said Dr.

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