Greta Thunberg says graphic image shows that her critics are getting ‘desperate’

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Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg once again took to Twitter on Saturday to hit back at critics after a disturbing illustration surfaced online in Alberta earlier this week that appeared to show her likeness engaging in a sexual act.

They are starting to get more and more desperate,” Thunberg wrote on Twitter Saturday morning. “This shows that we’re winning.”

The image, which appears to be a sticker or decal, shows the silhouette of a naked woman or girl from behind, with her two long braids being pulled back by hands behind her.

The image resembles 17-year-old Thunberg, who often wears her hair in two long braids. The word “Greta” is written across her lower back.

Due to its graphic nature, Global News has chosen to obscure part of the image.

At the bottom of the illustration, a logo for X-Site Energy Services — an Alberta-based company — can be seen.

Thunberg, a national of Sweden, has become an international symbol for her climate activism, empowering young people across the globe to call on world leaders to act on climate change.

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