Topless activist Laura Amherst recently revealed plans to visit different cities across the globe in a "boob world tour" for climate change, but got slammed online.

The 31-year-old Open University politics student has been fighting climate change by being a part of the 'Impossible Rebellion' protests by Extinction Rebellion in London where she has been snapped topless. She wants to spread her message all over the world by leading a "boob world tour." But she got mocked for her campaign, after which Amherst took to Instagram to blast "keyboard warriors."

"When we live in a perfect world with every product, process and technology absolutely perfectly eco friendly, then you can demand perfection," she wrote. But she thinks that we don’t live in that world yet. She is not demanding perfection, but is hoping for people to work more towards sustainability. She feels that everyone can do something to make some changes, and can rally together and put more pressure on the government.

Addressing to those waiting to make her "look stupid in any way," she said that they can’t make the truth or compassion or justice look stupid.

After hitting the streets of London, the vegan could do a roadshow, reported Daily Star. She said, "London is very open, but I want to go around the world, to different cities, to put this across. Whatever it takes to draw attention to climate change."

She thinks that climate change is a serious situation, so new ideas are needed and if a "boob world tour" can help, then that's what she will do.

Amherst said that her friends, family and her fellow activist boyfriend Leon support her. Though she said that her boyfriend won't take his top off, and has left all that to her. Her father, on the other hand, finds her decision to go topless for demonstrations bold, but he knows that she has always done exactly what she wants to.

At the protests, she was seen holding a cardboard sign reading "Citizens Assembly on Climate Change" as her fellow activists demanded an end to fossil fuel funding.

She recently shared a photo of a girl child on Instagram, and said that she has “someone I’m fighting for." Amherst wrote that their life means more to her than her own does, and she doesn't care about those who think her efforts are a "shallow publicity stunt or money making scheme."

Extinction Rebellion protesters gather at Oxford Circus to protest against climate change Extinction Rebellion protesters gather at Oxford Circus to protest against climate change, on August 25, 2021 in London, United Kingdom. Climate action group Extinction Rebellion (XR) are holding multiple actions over two weeks from August 23rd 2021 aiming to disrupt the City of London and further afield and put climate change at the top of the agenda ahead of the UK hosting COP26 Summit later this year. Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images