Procter & Gamble

The brand had been urged to ditch the Venus symbol so as to not alienate transgender and gender-nonconforming customers who menstruate.
The company said the new design is eco-friendly. People suggested the foodie look also paired nicely with Tide Pods.
Because those pods are poisonous -- think seizures, coma, even death.
She didn't like a TV commercial that implied only women should do dishes.
With the Olympics 100 days away, P&G released the latest installment in the beloved campaign.
In Cincinnati in the mid-'80s, being gay was an absolute career-ender.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s to never take anything or anyone for granted.