by JUDITH OHIKUARE
Originally published: July 10, 2017
Last Wednesday, Ashton Kutcher started more of a conversation than he might have intended when he wrote a LinkedIn post about his foray into improving gender equality in the workplace.
"Planning on hosting an live [sic] open dialog about gender equality in the work place [sic] and in tech in general with my fellow Partner from Sound Ventures Effie Epstein, on my facebook page on Monday or Tues of next week," Kutcher wrote.
The first several topics he proposed? "What are the Rules for dating in the work place? Flirting? What are the clear red lines? Where does the line between work life and social life stop and start?"