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Types of reusable straws and risks they pose for a variety of disabled people. [Image description in thread.]
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sb. 21 May 18
Replying to @sbsbsbsmith
1/[ID: Infographic, first block of text reads “Many disabled people need plastic straws to drink, eat, take medications, etc. Here’s how current alternative, reusable options are a harm to us.” Text from table reads “Metal: injury risk, not positionable, costly for consumer, not
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sb. 21 May 18
Replying to @sbsbsbsmith
2/high-temp safe. Bamboo: injury risk, not positionable, costly for consumer. Glass: injury risk, not positionable, costly for consumer, not high-temp safe. Silicone: not positionable, costly for consumer. Acrylic: injury risk, not positionable, costly for consumer, not high-temp
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sb. 21 May 18
Replying to @sbsbsbsmith
3/safe. Paper: choking hazard, not positionable, not high-temp safe. Pasta: choking hazard, injury risk, not positionable, not high-temp safe. Single-use: (no risk listed).” Second block of text reads “Pressure to create bio-degradable straw options that are safe for the
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sb. 21 May 18
Replying to @sbsbsbsmith
4/environment and for all disabled people should fall upon manufacturer, not marginalized disabled consumers. Once we accept the necessity of plastic straws, we can work together on other environmental initiatives that are effective, inclusive and accessible.”] END ID.
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Eric Stone 26 Aug 18
Replying to @TheRiceThresher
I'm an editor for the , a university newspaper, and I'd love to use this graphic to accompany a guest op-ed in print and online. Is that alright?
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sb. 3 Sep 18
As long as you credit me with the use of my Twitter handle and/or a link to the original tweet, sure!
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Eleena Misra 27 May 18
Replying to @BecMajor
Hope someone can invent something that works and is also eco friendly! Let’s find the innovation!
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sb. 27 May 18
Replying to @EleenaMisra @BecMajor
Plastic straws actually make up a veryyy small amount of plastic waste& ocean plastic. So they’re really not the biggest problem in terms of eco-friendliness.
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David M. Perry 23 May 18
Replying to @sbsbsbsmith
This is great. Is this your image?
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sb. 23 May 18
Replying to @Lollardfish
Sure is :) Thanks!
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