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The Extinction Rebellion protestor who has attracted widespread attention for her topless activism has dubbed herself a 'bicon' as she searches for a new love interest.
Laura Amherst, who took part in the group’s two-week "Impossible Rebellion" wearing little more than knickers and stickers, is currently in a relationship with a man who is 'supportive' of her cause.
But the 31-year-old climate activist claims that her relationship is open to polyamory as she looks to invite herself a girlfriend too.
On her Instagram story, she wrote; "Learned a new word today – bicons! Bisexual icon.
"FYI ladies – with my boyfriend, I am open to polyamory with other women, just not men.
"And I don't currently have a girlfriend so… just putting that out there."
The news follows the busty, Brighton-based beauty slamming 'keyboard warriors' as she says her family and friends are right behind her – and her fellow activist boyfriend Leon is urging her on.
Though she said: "He's so supportive, but won't take his top off! He says he'll leave all the to me and he said nobody wants to see him walking around with no shirt on.
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"My dad says it's 'bold' but he knows I have always done exactly what I want to and that I have strong views. I can only speak for myself and I just feel we need to get this message out."
But she is adamant she would protest this way even if they disapproved.
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"My boyfriend has been very supportive about my decision to go topless as has my father. But it's got nothing to do with them because this is my body and I'm my own woman," she added.
The passionate activist who has paraded her breasts around London with no interruption from police plans to take her campaign on the road and do a 'boob world tour' for climate change.
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She explained: "London is very open, but I want to go around the world, to different cities, to put this across. Whatever it takes to draw attention to climate change.
"We're a crunch time and we need new ideas and quickly – it is such a serious situation. If a boob world tour can help, then that's what I'll do. I don't care how long it takes to get to places."
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