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9 Popular Brand Logos Transformed Into Female Versions to Honor Women

These logos were transformed into their female versions in a bid for more gender equality.

The International Women’s day is all about empowering women, and recently, more companies than ever have come up with an idea to support the celebration. Creative Equals, in particular, aims to support talented women and promote diversity in various creative industries. Interestingly, the organization decided to replace some iconic brand logos with female versions in order to highlight the issues concerning the unbalanced branding in the media.

Their logos include popular brands such as Pringles, Schwarzkopf, DreamWorks, Monopoly, and Bic. Creative Equals hope that these witty female logo versions will bring out the issues of gender equality. In an interview, founder and CEO named Ali Hanan said that they are not doing this simply to attack brands personally. Instead, they want to show a couple of examples so as to get people celebrating International Women’s Day. Also, through this, they hope to convey the message which is the need for more women. Scroll down below to see how these iconic brand logos would appear if they were only females.

#1. Miss Pringles

#2. Miss Monopoly

#3. Miss Schwarzkopf

#4. Miss DreamWorks

#5. Miss Bic

#6. Miss Bafta

#7. Miss Oscar

Apparently, the celebration of International Women’s Day inspired other popular brands or companies to change their logos in hopes to honor women.

#8. McDonald’s

#9. MTV

Well, this is definitely a huge step to promoting awareness concerning gender inequality. And perhaps these companies will not only honor women by changing their brand’s logos. It is about time they do the work within the companies themselves, such as hiring more women.

Now that you have seen them, which ones are favorite so far? Can you think of other brand or company logos worthy of changing to female versions? Let us know in the comments below!


Study Explains Why You Should Stop Taking Notes Using Your Laptop

The processing of information that happens when writing down notes can help with retention of information.

A new study published in Psychological Science shows that taking notes by hand, instead of typing them up in devices, may bring more benefits to learners. Pam A. Mueller of Princeton University and Daniel M. Oppenheimer of the University of California, Los Angeles conducted the study to see how these two methods differ and affect learning.

The two classified note-taking in two ways: generative and nongenerative. The former means "summarizing, paraphrasing, concept mapping," while the latter pertains to noting down something verbatim.

One of the hypotheses is that the process involved in taking notes helps improve learning and retention.


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40 Simple Yet Genius Ideas That Make Life a Little Bit Easier

These ideas are borderline genius!

It is true that the world is packed with people gifted with brilliant minds. Otherwise, we would not have the chance to explore the moon and Mars. While some individuals focus on advancing science and technology, there are those who develop ideas for everyday life. Their minds are just as worthy as the ones who thought of sending a package to deal flat-earth thinkers.

From clever pill bottles to witty street lights, these simple solutions prove to be a product of a brilliant mind. Elite Readers has a compiled a list of these things for your enjoyment. Check them out below and let us know which ones are your favorites!

#1. Wash your hands and reuse the water for your next flush... because why not?


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Cassava, A Miracle Crop With A Potentially Deadly Secret

Often called the miracle crop, Cassava has several health benefits but it has a deadly secret.

Cassava, also known as tapioca or yuca, is a popular food source in many tropical regions particularly in Asia, Africa and South America. In many developing nations, it's a major source of carbohydrates and half a billion people depend on it because it’s plentiful and inexpensive. Growing cassava is fairly easy as it can thrive on less fertile soil and it is one of the most drought-tolerant crops in the world. No wonder it was considered a "miracle crop" by poor and drought-stricken nations.

Cassava is rich in minerals like manganese, iron, potassum, calcium and phosphorus needed for proper growth, development and function of the bodily tissues. It's an excellent source of carbohydrates for energy and fiber to help with constipation. Cassava flour also happens to be a great substitute for those who are allergic to gluten.

It may not yet be a staple in western kitchens but it offers numerous nutritional benefits. One cup of boiled cassava contains 330 calories, 78 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of protein and 4 grams each of fiber and sugar....

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