Jomos still sing Tibetan songs but, nowadays, ordained jomos are beginning to reject Kinnauri songs.
Similarly, some jomos had learned a Kinnauri song about the Buddha from a cassette made by monks, which seems to show that the boundaries between the genres are permeable or else changing.
They secularize jomos and lamas, involving them in romance and violence, criticize jomos' appearance, and point out nuns' subordination to lamas.
In regard to vows, jomos may have no vows at all, take layperson's vows, or take novice-nun vows.
Non-ordained jomos wear "gents'" clothes-wool pants and vest--and no jewelry.