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Lululemon's Male Customers Are Complaining About the Brand's 'Feminine' Logo

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Lululemon has been working hard to court male customers but it looks like they've run up against some problems with the way the brand logo looks. Business Insider reports that guys have complained that the logo looks too feminine—some even said it looks like the outline of a woman's face.

"I wouldn't like it if Levi's had a big Levi's logo on the pant leg, let alone if a company that's mostly known for women's clothes," says a Business Insider employee, who tried the brand's Anti-Ball Crushing pants. "If Lululemon people out there are listening, take that off. It looks stupid."