Texas Tech Psychologists Available to Discuss J. Crew Ad, Boy with Pink Toenails

Newswise - An April J. Crew catalog ad featuring a company executive and her young boy with his toenails painted bright pink has incensed many with its flouting of social conformity.

Newswise — An April J. Crew catalog ad featuring a company executive and her young boy with his toenails painted bright pink has incensed many with its flouting of social conformity.

While the idea may have been unheard of 30 years ago, two Texas Tech University psychologists say men and boys painting their toenails and fingernails are more common today than many might think. They are available to speak on gender, gender-role behavior and sexuality.

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