Absolutely. It's making girls the object of scorn and ridicule. How could it not?
I liked this ad a lot, too, but it got a little too touchy feely toward the end, especially with asking the older girls to try again. It left me feeling a lump in my throat not because it showed me anything I didn't know, but because it highlighted something I'd pretty much accepted. It was powerful to see the young girls take it at face value. It was disturbing to see the older girls clown, even before the "reveal" of the younger girls. It's not disturbing because of how the older girls (and the one boy) interpreted the message, but because I would have interpreted it the same way myself. I'm not sure what I would have done to fix the ending. Maybe stay with the younger girls a bit more or end it sooner. Or maybe just leave it as is. It wasn't that far off the mark and it did do a lot of things right.