Clothier J. Crew is pushing a gay agenda by including gay models, a socially conservative group says.

The Culture and Media Institute's Matt Philbin on Tuesday chided J. Crew for featuring the company's gay designer Somsack with his boyfriend Micah as models with the caption “Happy Together.”

Philbin commented on the retailer's May catalog after ABC New reported on the company's effort to market to the gay community.

Last month, the group drew widespread attention for criticizing a J. Crew layout that features photos of Jenna Lyons, creative director for J. Crew, hanging out with her son Beckett. In one photo, Beckett is seen with his feet in his mother's lap, his toenails painted hot pink. Under the headline “Quality Time,” Lyons is quoted: “Lucky for me, I ended up with a boy whose favorite color is pink. Toenail painting is way more fun in neon.”

Philbin said the new ad only strengthened his argument that J. Crew was pushing a gay agenda.

“So J. Crew is consciously angling for the 'LGBT' market, but there's no agenda behind marketing materials featuring a little boy with hot pink toenails?” he wrote.