Laura Amherst, popular as Extinction Rebellion's topless protester, generally gets several messages on social media, but one caught her attention.

According to Daily Star, one teenager had a unique perspective that made Amherst from Brighton, East Sussex ask her Instagram followers if she should go for it with him. She posted the screenshot to her story where she got the message that read that her fan had been trying to talk to her for long. He shared that he's 18 years old and follows everything that she says. He described himself as a "big climate change fighter," and that he gets bullied for supporting the cause. He said that he would "really like to f**k you to prove my friends wrong and that climate change is a real issue."

The 32-year-old, who is known for her bold methods in creating awareness for climate change, hasn't confirmed what she answered the message with but posted the screenshot to her story with the caption: "Lmao... damn. That's a new angle. Should I?"

Amherst shot to fame after baring her breasts while protesting at a climate change demonstration last year.

According to Brinkwire, the activist, who has been vegan for seven years and uses only vegan skin and beauty products, is now looking to help those who want to change their lifestyle and adopt a more “cruelty-free diet.”

Latin Times previously reported that she wants to be one of the contestants of this summer’s "Love Island." The mother-of-one, who recently broke up with her boyfriend, revealed that she has applied for the dating game show with an aim to educate audiences on the impacts of fast fashion as well as finding love.

She feels that people need role models on TV that are "actually fighting for something and not just the typical influencer that sells clothes and promotes a very environmentally-unconscious and uncaring life." So, she said that she has submitted an application to be on the series to "find love and hopefully increase my platform at the same time."

As for love, she wants "a fighter for social justice." The activist hasn't heard back from the show's team, but she thinks that chances of her application getting selected are less as she would be "too controversial."

Climate activists from Extinction Rebellion hold a minute's silence for victims of climate change Climate activists from Extinction Rebellion hold a minute's silence for victims of climate change during the group's 'Impossible Rebellion' series of actions, outside the Department of Business, Energy, Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in central London on August 26, 2021. - Climate change demonstrators from environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion continued with their latest round of protests in central London, promising two weeks of disruption. Photo by Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty Images