See the Sorority Video That Was BANNED
August 25, 2015 6:03am PST
Last week, the Alpha Phi sorority at the University of Alabama uploaded a recruitment video ahead of rush week. The video was viewed over 500,000 times, and race-baiters quickly labeled the footage as “racist,” since it featured mostly white women partying and having a good time.
According to Daily Mail, Alpha Phi has now deleted the video as well as their Facebook and Tumblr accounts. In addition, they have increased the privacy settings on their Instagram account.
This came after shameless liberal A.L. Bailey wrote in an oped for AL.com that the video was worse for women than Trump’s comments about Megyn Kelly at the GOP debate.
“It’s all so racially and aesthetically homogeneous and forced, so hyper-feminine, so reductive and objectifying, so Stepford Wives: College Edition. It’s all so … unempowering,” wrote the bitter feminist. “To the incoming PNMs, this video has a clear sales pitch: beauty, sexuality, and a specific look above all. They’re selling themselves on looks alone, as a commodity. Sadly, commodities don’t tend to command much respect.”
The video has sparked a heated debate on the internet, with some liberals deeply offended by it’s content.
“Just watched the video, as a Mother with three granddaughter’s in college trying to get through college on their own, no sorority, this Alabama video is pathetic, and shameful , college is about education, not football and parties,” wrote one internet user. “I’m sure the kid’s returning to class feel just a little bit lower having watched this ridiculous, sexual , ad for college, have a day picnic if you want fun for everyone and include all the students. …pathetic.”
Others have pointed out that the video is harmless, and we have to agree. Drop your pitchforks, liberals, and let these girls enjoy their college experience!
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