Online dating is a fine art, and these days it’s not your gym selfie, your charming dog picture, or your ‘wanderlust’ that’ll seal the deal with potential partners. It’s your opinion on Greta Thunberg.

2019 has been a meteoric year for Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg. The school-skipping eco-warrior has drawn legions of followers to her global climate protests, and people have taken notice. TIME magazine declared her Person of the Year, Hollywood royalty have lined up to praise her, she’s had her likeness spray painted onto buildings, and she’s gotten into Twitter feuds with President Donald Trump.

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Now, she’s helping people find love. A marketing officer for dating app OKCupid told the Hill that there’s been an 800 percent increase in mentions of Thunberg on dating profiles around the world this year.

“They’re talking about Greta on their profiles,” the marketer said. “I think people feel that supporting her or not shows how you feel about the issue and its impact.”

According to OkCupid, 51 percent of users said that climate change was the most important issue to them, coming in ahead of the economy, disease, and conflict. And, in a stroke of bad news for MAGA hat-owners hoping to get some liberal loving, 99 percent of those users concerned about climate change said they strongly disapprove of the US president. (RT)