The women of University of Alabama's Alpha Phi sorority are in hot water after sharing a salacious recruitment video on YouTube.
The video, which was meant to attract new pledges, featured mainly white women partying and attending events in the sorority's house. But people are slamming the clip for lacking racial diversity in addition to its sexual nature. A writer for AL.com published an op-ed and called the video "worse for women than Donald Trump."
"These young women, with all their flouncing and hair-flipping, are making it so terribly difficult for anyone to take them seriously, now or in the future," writes A.L. Bailey. "The video lacks any mention of core ideals or service and philanthropy efforts. It lacks substance but boasts bodies. It's the kind of thing that subconsciously educates young men on how to perceive, and subsequently treat, women in their lives. It's the kind of thing I never want my young daughters to see or emulate."