There’s no denying the rise in popularity of vaping in the U.S. and Canada. Even with the constant publishing of so-called groundbreaking studies from independent bodies saying that e-cigarettes do the body harm.
People keep buying these amazing products each day. More and more people are being turned on to vaping because of what they experienced and word of mouth from other “trusted” sources (friends, family, etc.)
I have noticed the media has slightly toned down their stance on e-cigarettes. The hardline, scary headlines used to capture peoples attention no longer work. So they put up articles like this.
It starts of with how more and more people are getting into vaping, the growing number of vape shops opening up for business and how vape fests are becoming more frequent in North America.
At the end of the article, it reminds readers that vaping is actually dangerous and links to a study proving that harmful chemicals were found in e-cigarettes.
It backtracks a bit after mentioning the dangers of e-cigarettes by saying “both sides of the debate are quick to point out that we do not yet have the full picture here.”
Another fine example of the vape haters jumping the gun and squeezing in their little agendas in articles online. Stop with that corny stuff, please.
However, whenever I come across an online article that tries to spread lies about vaping, there are always a number of vapers in the comments section calling out the BS.
That’s all we really need. We don’t necessarily have to say something that is deep or thought provoking. More importantly, we have to share our honest experience with vaping. We have to be heard, which is why I continue to run this blog.
I encourage everyone out there to be a little more vocal and a little more proactive online when it comes to spreading the truth about vaping.