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This Woman Served An Epic Clapback To A Guy Criticizing Olympic Gymnasts' Abs

I find this attractive.

Posted on August 23, 2016, at 3:46 p.m. ET

Last week, Final Five gymnasts Simone Biles, Madison Kocian, Aly Raisman, and their collective 68 abs posed for a photo on a beach in Rio.

Their rock-solid abs had people dropping jaws to the floor.

But not everyone was impressed. Someone on Twitter facetiously asked, "y'all find this attractive?"

Those who saw the tweet dragged him through the sand for it.

But it was Crystal McDuffy, a student at the University of Florida, who came, saw, and served the most succinct response.

McDuffy gathered our friend and reminded him what and who is relevant here. Her tweet has gotten over 35,000 retweets.

McDuffy told BuzzFeed News she decided to respond to iterate the message, "Everything women do is not for male consumption or approval."

"Be it in sports, politics, business and more, women continually seem to be evaluated based upon whether they’re attractive in a man’s eyes," she said.

She's written about these ideas, and at longer, more in-depth length, on her blog.

And to those who are challenging the newsworthiness or importance of her response, she says if it's inspired one person to think about the weight of their words, that's enough.

Crystal McDuffy

"When I tweet, aside from gaining a few laughs, my ultimate goal is to get people to reflect on why they do and say the things that they do," McDuffy said. "I think this tweet did a swell job."

Adding, "Also, I would do many, many, many, things to have abs like that."

But most people are rallying behind her tweet — and all with fitting GIFs.

@blackandbougie @BeardedGenius @UWantMyD_aniel

@blackandbougie @MayaAMonroe @UWantMyD_aniel

RIP "y'all find this attractive" man's Twitter thumbs.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.