In an image-based essay, artist Shana Moulton collects logos from women's health, beauty, and support groups. Here finding: logos for lady groups feature mainly "Squiggles, Trees, Ribbons and Spirals" and other shapes that reinforce gender stereotypes.
Go to Google Images and search for "Prostate Cancer Foundation". Lots of squiggles, ribbons and vaguely represented humans. Not a lot of raised arms or dancing, but I digress.
It's not serious to post a bunch of pictures, call it an "image-based essay", and pretend it talks by itself. It needs some analysis by the author or, at least, a bit of comparison with logos aimed at other demographics.
Also, I would like to know how exactly do squiggles, ribbons and spirals reinforce gender stereotypes.
ETA: I understand the essay was made by an artist, not a sociologist, but even art needs some form of analysis and interpretation, especially when it deals with issues such as gender stereotyping.