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Enkara wrote

Consuming meat and animal proteins, perhaps.

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notanaccout wrote (edited )

Clearly. animal agriculture is horrible for animales, people working in meat factories, it's a waste of ressources and also meat doesnt seem that good for your health either

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000 wrote

100% animal produce. It's promoted as healthy but science is proving the exact opposite.

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Pop wrote

Dunno

would be nice if it was gender

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sudo wrote

Blasting loud music through earbuds (though, I guess we already know that's bad for us; a lot of people just don't care).

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_ziq_ wrote

Gotta be meat. It's clearly on its way out.

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hotcool wrote (edited )

Music playing in the background in retail stores, like radioplay with lyrics and advertising. Environmental factors such as music are shown to strongly affect decision making from the unconscious level: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/232601627_The_Unconscious_Consumer_Effects_of_Environment_on_Consumer_Behavior

In other words, people who work with the radio on are being unconsciously programmed (aka "primed") with ideas, beliefs and decisions that they may not normally subscribe to.

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RedCrow wrote

I'm starting to worry about anal, I don't want to be wearing a diaper at 50. Well I mean I don't want to need to wear a diaper at 50.

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NeoliberalismKills wrote

I think we will find out sugar is worse for us than we already know. Saying this fully admitting my addiction.

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bigOther wrote

That believing in climate change and not doing anything about it is just about as bad as not believing in it at all.

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LostYonder wrote

Cellphones.

Monogamy.

Kale.

Yoga.

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PainlessEphemera wrote

How are yoga and kale bad? I know pretentious people tend to like them, but that doesn’t make them necessarily bad. If that was how it worked, I guess we can’t like indie music because hipsters like them.

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LostYonder wrote

A mediocre attempt at sarcasm. Given I myself eat kale and do yoga, i don't actually believe they will be found to be harmful in and of themselves, compared to cigarettes - but the production of them as being so "good" is ultimately an issue, not the things themselves...

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The_Ten_Types_Joke wrote

This one will be controversial here I guess but: out of marriage intercourse.

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LostYonder wrote

I would say marriage in and of itself, not to mention monogamy in general. Seems all quite unnatural to me!

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captain_commerce wrote

Studies have shown that couples who waited till marriage generally have more stable relationships than those who did not.

https://news.byu.edu/news/good-things-come-couples-who-wait

The study cited in this article implies that couples who wait generally are happier with their relationship for several reasons, not all directly related to the intercourse itself. Perhaps by having sex early, young people do not make emotional bonds that are important to the success of their relationship. In a healthy sex life, intercourse is interwoven with intense emotions. When a person seeks sexual intercourse in of itself and considers sex to be "cheap", they devalue the emotional side of sex, which makes it harder for them to choose and stay with a partner later on. They can't see why anyone would have sex besides physical pleasure, and so they also fail to see why anyone would want to live so closely with another person.

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The_Ten_Types_Joke wrote

Thanks for that, add to that the current prevalence of pr0n and you get a perfect disorder that negatively affects most of our youngs.