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Ashton Kutcher fights for diaper changing stations in men's rooms

A few weeks ago, actor Ashton Kutcher took to Facebook to complain about how public restrooms never have diaper-changing stations in the men’s rooms. What was meant as an offhand comment got the new dad’s post over 244 thousand likes and a flurry of feminist approval. 80 more words

Christian Science Monitor

The bigger problem with the cosy relationship between dietitians and the food industry

Lots of drama in the dietetic world last week. No, I’m not talking about the wildly popular Dietitians Day. First, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) in the US brokered a facepalm worthy… 437 more words

The Tampon Tax: Follow up 

After weeks of petitioning through social media with the hopes that the 5% sanitary tax would be abolished we have been left disappointed.

With over 210,400 signatures the petition is still going strong but it was hoped that the tax would be brought up by George Osborne and abolished in the recent budget meeting with the European Commission. 96 more words


No Way Kanye: Petition to Cancel Mr. West's Glastonbury Set

SOMERSET, ENGLAND – Seems like Kanye West can’t stay out of the media — good or bad. And the latest headline is about Mr. West headlining the UK Glastonbury Festival this summer. 170 more words


Changes Afoot for Change.org as It Relocates From FiDi

Change.org is moving from its offices in Lower Manhattan to Midtown South, Commercial Observer has learned.

The start-up, which mobilizes support for social causes through online petitions, has taken 7,500 square feet on the entire top floor at… 335 more words

Jeremy Clarkson Launches Tirade Against BBC, Says He Expects To Be Sacked

Top Gear (former?) presenter Jeremy Clarkson launched an obscenity-filled tirade against BBC bosses at a charity auction Thursday night that seemed to indicate he had been sacked on the same day that the corporation completed an inquiry into the “fracas” with a producer that led to his suspension 10 days ago. 567 more words