The United Nations named Wonder Woman an honorary ambassador to empower women and young girls.
The fictional lasso twirling superhero was appointed on Friday in a ceremony.
It's part of the UN's Sustainable Development Goal 5 campaign to "achieve gender equality for women and girls everywhere."
The appointment comes on the 75th anniversary of the the DC Comics super-heroine.
The campaign is meant to support those "who are wonder women in their own right, and the men and boys who support their struggle for gender equality."
Some people were truly delighted about the campaign.
Others were pretty disappointed and downright pissed about it.
How amazing that the United Nations fails to appoint a woman as Seretary General but then hires Wonder Woman. So much better than real women— Austin Mitchell (@AVMitchell2010) October 22, 2016
Some felt the UN should have picked a real woman, instead of a fictional character.
Critics have also argued Wonder Woman supports the objectification of women.