'Flouncing, Hair-Flipping' Sorority Pulls Video Deemed 'Worse For Women Than Donald Trump'

Critics say the video by the University of Alabama's Alpha Phi sorority shows a lack of diversity.

A recruitment video by an Alabama sorority has created such a firestorm that the sorority pulled it from its social media.

The backlash against sorority Alpha Phi began with an article on local Alabama website, AL.com. The story’s headline read: "Worse For Women Than Donald Trump."

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Within the story, the writer declared, "These young women, with all their flouncing and hair-flipping, are making it so terribly difficult for anyone to take them seriously."

Alan DeSantis, author of Inside Greek U. and a graduate of the University of Alabama, told INSIDE EDITION, “Many of the shots were objectifying to women.

“This organization that’s part of higher education is selling a product that is basically saying, ‘If you’re white, if you have blond hair, if you’re exceptionally thin and beautiful, we’re the place that you should be,” he said.

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Reaction on Twitter was not all negative. One person wrote, “Why would Alabama need to apologize for that sorority video? What was offensive about it?”

Alpha Phi is the fourth-oldest sorority in the United States. The University Of Alabama said in a statement: "It is important for student organizations to remember what is posted on social media makes a difference, today and tomorrow on how they are viewed and perceived."

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