A CrossFit gym in North Carolina is under fire for putting inappropriate photos of apparently unconsenting women on its social media.https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10101656913962941&amp;set=pcb.10101656408341211&amp;type=3&amp;theaterFirst captured on Blue Ridge Cross Fit&#39;s Instagram story, three photos show women with their backsides in the air with the captions &quot;Dayum!&quot;, &quot;#BlueRidgeGirls&quot; and &quot;#HumpDay!&quot;. The dark circles that appear in the image above were not censored on the gym&#39;s feed.As the Daily Dot reports, gym owner Tom Tonlo posted the video on Friday. In the days since, the photos have gone viral with a backlash against Tonlo and the gym for sexualizing women working out.Tomlo told a local news station that the story was meant to be &ldquo;lighthearted and fun.&rdquo; But after he made that conciliatory statement, Tomlo took to the gym&#39;s Facebook feed to post a now-deleted defensive screed. &quot;&hellip;Some people chose to get butt hurt today and make a public post in this group,&quot; he wrote. &quot;You must have lost your fucking mind if for one moment you think this is a platform or community for you to create some bullshit like that&hellip;I do not play those games and we do not acknowledge that type of petty, feeble minded garbage. Creating some sort of delusional and ignorant drama is not your option here&hellip;BRCF is a world of reality and and (sic) build with positive minded, forward thinking, rational human beings and it will stay that way.&rdquo;According to the Daily Dot, members and coaches have left the gym as a result of the video, and members are going to the gym&#39;s Yelp page to leave one-star reviews.