5 Reasons Why High Heels Should Be Banned

May 18, 2021

High heels are becoming a national problem, and here’s why they need to go

1) They hurt

Everyone that wears heels know they hurt. You might think they don’t because you wear them often, but what happens after you take them off? Your feet can finally breathe.

2) They are shapeshifting tools

You were created in a way and you’re altering it? You are perfectly and wonderfully made. Rock your shortness.

3) They encourage dishonesty

Nigeria is a country built on honesty and greatness. How can we allow such a tool of dishonesty and lies? We as a nation are greater than that.

4) It destroys the economy

The more heels are worn the less slippers sellers make. Slippers and sandals cut easily and as such you’d need to buy more than one. It keeps the economy going. Heels are too sturdy for that.

5) It makes men seem short

Heels are leading to a stallion epidemic and we can’t have this. The only stallions we should have in this life are men.

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