Greta Thunberg's work has been actively trying to get people across the world engaged in fighting climate change and any climate crises surrounding it.
She's also a master at social media, throwing shade at the likes of Donald Trump constantly.
Her latest masterpiece comes after a report pollution is linked to shrinking penis size worldwide.
Thunberg's response was so subtle and perfect that we will let the tweet speak for itself:
See you all at the next climate strike:) https://t.co/4zgekg5gd0— Greta Thunberg (@Greta Thunberg) 1616695912.0
Thunberg is generally the target of conservatives, a demographic more overwhelmingly made up of men than women.
Greta's sass was held up across the internet as a beacon of perfection.
To be fair Greta Thunberg did try and warn you...😀 https://t.co/Y9fAB6Hs3O— Jesus H Christ 😷 (@Jesus H Christ 😷) 1616748416.0
Things just got serious 👀 https://t.co/wUJaGrvdQA— vendetli bulbul (@vendetli bulbul) 1616931971.0
queen of humor https://t.co/RyETvqCSF0— everything you see (is your own) (@everything you see (is your own)) 1616896981.0
A lot more men suddenly interested in fixing climate change... https://t.co/vsDIkjaBtb— Beth (@Beth) 1616888198.0
She took it there! #dead 🤣😭☠💀 https://t.co/G5vWC2H3UY— Black Sofa (@Black Sofa) 1616880600.0
Dr. Shanna Swan, who carried out the study Thunberg's tweet referenced, says the chemicals found in polluted air and water are having negative effects on sexual development, indicating male sexual development could be stunted by the presence of chemicals constantly interacting with the human body.
it’s greta’s world and we’re all just living in it https://t.co/53fkOVWNrE— chloe (@chloe) 1616913650.0
iconic https://t.co/2uKkjvpF53— a n a (@a n a) 1616811591.0
Brilliant! https://t.co/CVuUtJ4VDW— Amy Siskind 🏳️🌈 (@Amy Siskind 🏳️🌈) 1616774585.0
Maybe now more people start caring about the environment https://t.co/bA9h4xHi3F— Shaggy 🏳🌈 (@Shaggy 🏳🌈) 1616829682.0
But the situation is even more dire than that.
Swan has found sperm counts across the Western Hemisphere were up to 60% lower from 1973 to 2011.
"The current state of reproductive affairs can't continue much longer without threatening human survival," she wrote.
As usual, she is on 🔥. https://t.co/qjZwJ06D3g— PoliticsAffectsEVERYTHING (@PoliticsAffectsEVERYTHING) 1616792285.0
She’s funny too. https://t.co/bDUqYsjFpe— Curtis Stigers (@Curtis Stigers) 1616776142.0
The perfect tweet doesn’t exi—... https://t.co/b9rdkCPRVP— Ilan Schwartz MD PhD (@Ilan Schwartz MD PhD) 1616766067.0
“just the tip(ping point)” https://t.co/5BSit8B9VW— Nic Holas (@Nic Holas) 1616790741.0
If this doesn't work I don't know what will. https://t.co/MbxN5QJxFg— David E. O'Brien (@David E. O'Brien) 1616759549.0
So though Thunberg's cheeky response was in jest, it carries with it another call to action.
Let's be sure to heed it.