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Ashton Kutcher, Change.org

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Mila Kunis, you've got a good man!

Ashton Kutcher not only wants diaper duty—he's campaigning on behalf of dads everywhere to bring changing tables into men's restrooms everywhere.

Earlier this month, the actor-entrepreneur became frustrated when he needed to change daughter Wyatt's diaper but found there was no changing station in the men's restroom. He vented about the conundrum on Facebook, writing, "There are NEVER diaper changing stations in mens public restrooms. The first public men's room that I go into that has one gets a free shout out on my FB page! #BeTheChange"

The post was liked over 244,000 times, and as Ashton noted in a March 16 follow-up post, the "idea of diaper-changing stations" clearly "struck a chord" with other parents. "It's a pet peeve of mine when people just complain about s--t and don't do anything to improve their condition," he wrote. "So let's do something."

That something is a Change.org petition asking two major retailers, Target and Costco, to lead by example and "initiate a company-wide policy to provide universally accessible changing tables in their stores."

Target responded the following day, noting that changing tables have already been "a standard feature in both our men's and women's restrooms for more than 25 years."

"In addition, as we build new stores, we place changing tables in our women's, men's and family restrooms," added Target Public Relations spokeswoman Molly Snyder. "In the event a changing table is unavailable, we encourage our guests to notify a team member and we will be happy to offer an alternative private location to meet their needs."

WTG, Target! As for Costco? A spokesperson for the warehouse club did not immediately respond to E! News' request for comment. At least some Costco locations do have diaper-changing tables in the men's restrooms, though, and if they don't all have them already, the 73,000+ signatures on Ashton's petition might just serve as a friendly nudge in that direction.

—Additional reporting by Lindsay Good