Last month, the Culture and Media Institute reported that internet marketing material from preppy clothing maker J. Crew featured a photo of the company's president painting the toenails of her young son hot pink. "Lucky for me I ended up with a boy whose favorite color is pink," said the caption. "Toenail painting is way more fun in neon." CMI pointed out that the gender-bending ad was a nod to the gay agenda...Crew was exploiting and normalizing the feminization of the boy with blatant propaganda...A May 2, 2011 on-line story places J Crew at Center of Gay Economics With Openly Gay Model. The company's May 2011 catalog features employees as models, including a gay designer with his boyfriend, who are described as Happy Together.' Although J. Crew didn't comment,'s report noted that gay advocates applaud what they say is a strong message. According to ABC, More American companies recognize the consumer buying power of the lesbian, gay, bisexual community. According to a report in the online magazine Treasury and Risk , their spending will exceed $769 billion this year...Crew seems to have jumped on the bandwagon, according to advertising experts.