I did not know that J. Crew — a company not widely known for its progressive, gender-bending aesthetic — was now adding to the scourge of gender confusion affecting our broken, pansexual youth. But they are! Fox News contributor Dr. Keith Ablow makes that abundantly clear in his well-researched article, "J. Crew Plants the Seeds for Gender Identity." How, exactly, have they planted the seeds for gender identity? They have depicted a mother painting her young son's toenails hot pink with the caption, "Lucky for me, I ended up with a boy whose favorite color is pink."
Clearly, if your male child's favorite color is pink, an objectively feminine hue, you should react not by supporting his preferences, but by shaming him. If you don't, the result will be the "psychological sterilization" of an entire generation of men and women who subsequently morph into one androgynous gender. The problem with this, as Dr. Ablow sees it, is that with no one occupying their traditional gender roles (a very real and present danger) our society will come crashing down.
Now, there is no one applying the "brakes" to early sexual experimentation — a traditionally female role — because girls no longer feel sufficiently ashamed of their sexual desires. The answer is not to educate young men and women about their sexuality and the possible consequences of sexual experimentation, but to stop letting that little boy wear a sundress, you fucking liberal idiot.
Evidence has shown that, much in the same way that Halloween is responsible for the creation of Somali pirates, allowing your young boy to wear a dress will result in him transitioning into a female later in life.