[Fox News] A J.Crew ad that shows a top designer painting her young son’s toenails neon pink has some parents and doctors seeing red. The image appeared in a feature called “Saturday With Jenna,” which was emailed to customers last week and highlights a few of J.Crew president and creative director Jenna Lyons’ favorite products — including the hot pink Essie nail polish seen on her son, Beckett. The caption below the picture reads, “Lucky for me I ended up with a boy whose favorite color is pink. Toenail painting is way more fun in neon.” But not everyone sees fun in the ad. “This is a dramatic example of the way that our culture is being encouraged to abandon all trappings of gender identity,” psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow wrote in a FoxNews.com Health column about the ad. Media Research Center’s Erin Brown agreed, calling the ad “blatant propaganda celebrating transgendered children.” But Jo B. Paoletti, author of “Pink and Blue: Telling the Girls From the Boys in America” told FoxNews.com she believes critics are overreacting. “Lots of kids, say 7 and under, might ask their parents for something that would seem to be cross gender, and I think most parents, especially in the privacy of their own home might think, what’s the big deal?” Paoletti said.
“Saturday with Jenna”, huh? Do you & Beckett break out the Tampax on Tuesdays? How old until you’re teaching your youngster how to blow a banana on Fellatio Fridays? Don’t piss on my fingertips and call it a manicure. That’s no little boy. You got Taylor Swift’s kid sister rocking capri pants & pink toes in that ad – but I’ll play along. Can I ask a simple question? Where’s dad? If he was around, there’s no way this kid’s not doing what all other little boys do around his age. Hitting the bench press in the basement, smoking cigarettes in the woods or beating off. You think his favorite color is really pink? He’s genuinely excited to be pictured getting his toes painted for millions to see? Poor Beckett will agree with whatever nutso mommy wants – he saw what you did to drive daddy away. Relentlessly blaming him for not giving you the daughter you dreamed of. I don’t doubt Jenna loses herself in her Essie pink and by the time she snaps out of it her son’s teeth are the only thing left uncolored. “Oh, I’m sorry baby…mommy just loves pink. You do too, right honey?” “Uhh…yeah mom, pink is awesome. Can I rinse the Essie off my taint before dad picks me up?”