Burt's Bees apologized for saying it's lotion will make you feel seductive, "let the catcalling commence". A woman's rights group jumped right on that. http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/burt-s-bees-apologizes-for-lotion-that-invites-cat-calls-214209664.html All-natural skin care company Burt’s Bees has a reputation for being socially conscious reputation, but after many claimed that a description written on a jar of its moisturizer encourages the harassment of women, the cosmetics maker issued an apology. GÃ¼d, a division of Burt’s Bees, had discontinued its Vanilla Flame Body Butter in January; however, remaining stock was placed in the outlet section of its website and is still being sold via other retailers. The controversial label reads, “Soak in the moisturizing seductiveness of shea butter and indulge in the scent of vanilla and rice milk. And let the catcalling commence.” On Thursday, 29-year-old Colleen Kiphart, a communications expert (she declined to provide her city and state), who bought the Vanilla Flame Body Butter, tweeted an excerpt from the label to Hollaback, an anti-street-harassment group and this message: "On my @gudhappens is @burtsbees body butter. Catcalling is a violence against women." She tells Yahoo Shine, "I was offended but didn't know if I was overreacting, so I tweeted to Hollaback for perspective." The organization didn't think she was overreacting at all, responding: "WHOA. Can you send us more pics? And are you interested in starting a petition?" In collaboration with Kiphart, Hollaback created a petition on Change.org, asking Burt’s Bee’s: “To demonstrate your support for people who are street harassed globally, issue a real apology, agree to stop production of products that legitimize street harassment, and make a donation to organizations working to end street harassment and other forms of gender-based violence.” As of Friday, the petition had garnered nearly 1,700 signatures.