A popular trend that we've seen exploded in the last couple years, is skinny jeans. Skinny jeans are very common to be worn on women, and every so often we see men rocking the trend. The issue that is brought up over the jeans, that are made for both men and women, are these jeans creating stereotypes of the people who wear them? It is "normal" to see women in these jeans, but when we see men wearing these figure-hugging denims do too many people immediately assume they are gay? When asking my roommate how she describes, physically, a gay male, she immediately said, skinny, usually well dressed, wearing tighter clothing, skinny jeans, and almost always has a distinctive hair style or hair-do. I know in the perfect world, we are taught to never judge a book by its cover, but we more often than not forget this golden rule when judging a passerby's physical appearance. So what does someones sex have to do with the type of jeans someone choses to wear?