Ashton Kutcher Wants More Baby Changing Tables In Men's Room
Famous Hollywood actor, director and father Ashton Kutcher, wants to know why there aren't any baby changing stations in the men's public bathrooms and he's got a lot of parents talking. Kutcher voiced his frustration via his Facebook page and has since gotten 12,473 comments and over 11,000 shares. The new father to 5-month old daughter, Wyatt Isabelle, promises to give a Facebook shout out to the first men's room he walks into that has a baby changing station.
Today, many men carry diaper bags and some even baby wear while running errands and it does come as a surprise that many men's restrooms have no changing stations for babies. I mean...men diaper change too so it's only fair to install them in the men's public bathrooms right? Many Facebook users commented with suggestions of where he can go find changing tables such as Home Depot, Walmart and Cracker Barrel while others say they've never encountered such problems. Someone goes on to thank Kutcher for bringing the issue to light saying "Thank you Ashton for bringing attention to this and helping us become more conscious of what we do to perpetuate stereotypes." "My husband is a stay at home dad, he couldn't agree with you more!"
says another writer. Kutcher used hashtag #BeTheChange to call attention to this problem that hasn't really been tackled at all. Kutcher welcomed his beautiful daughter, Wyatt Isabelle with actress and partner, Mila Kunis on October 1st, 2014. According to Mila Kunis, diaper changing is one of the actor’s hidden talents. She told Ellen DeGeneres: “The second she was born he changed the first diaper and has changed multiple diapers ever since. If he’s home he changes the diaper. He became a master swaddler. He can swaddle anyone’s baby.”
What do you think? Has your significant other ever complained about not finding baby changing stations in the men's public bathroom?
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