Throughout Donald Trump's presidential campaign, he was consistently honest about one thing: He is not a politician.
Trump has had a disastrous first two weeks as president, so female Swedish politicians took it upon themselves to set a proper example for him.
Swedish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for International Development Cooperation and Climate Isabella Lovin shared a powerful photo on Facebook Friday.
The image depicts herself signing a law that requires the government to crack down on fossil fuel usage with the long-term goal of phasing out fossil fuels by 2045, The Huffington Post reports.
In the photo, Lovin is surrounded by seven women — with one showing off her protruding baby bump.
The picture is in direct contrast to the viral image of Trump signing an anti-abortion executive order last week surrounded by seven men.
The image invoked anger and disgust among men and women alike, who realize how unjust and sexist it is for a group of men to regulate what women do with their own bodies.
Lovin's image kills two birds with one stone, so to speak, by trolling Trump's white male-powered administration and by making major moves toward slowing climate change, which Trump still fails to admit exists.
The only thing that could have made Lovin's photo better was if the women around her were more racially diverse, but we appreciate the message nonetheless.
Banner/Thumbnail Photo Credit: Reuters