Wonder Woman was named an honorary U.N. ambassador back in October.
On Monday, she lost that job, Reuters reports.
The comic book legend was originally chosen to promote gender equality, but the nomination almost immediately sparked outrage. Critics said Wonder Woman's sexualized costume and the fact that she is not real disqualified her.
Here's the U.N.'s original announcement tweet.
For 75 years she has been a motivating force for many and will continue to be long after the conclusion of her UN Honorary Ambassadorship.
Nearly 45,000 people signed a petition to demand her removal from the position. The U.N. didn't explain why Wonder Woman lost her honorary gig, but spokesman Jeffrey Brez said campaigns involving fictional characters didn't usually last long. An "Angry Birds" campaign only lasted one day.
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So they took Wonder Woman off as an amabassador because people felt the need to make her looks a priority instead of what she stands for?— ㅤ (@justhiccleague) December 13, 2016
This move also sparked outrage from those who thought critics missed the point.
They argued Wonder Woman's values overrode her costume and physique.
Anybody up for starting the 're-instate Wonder Woman as a UN ambassador' petition? Surely we can do better than the 45,000 that ended it?— Liam Sharp (@LiamRSharp) December 13, 2016
Perhaps a counter-petition is in the works.
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