Barbie's look has come under fire in recent years for pushing an unrealistic idea of beauty onto young girls — but for many women, Barbie's look is very desirable. Since the doll debuted on March 9,girls all over the world have tried to mimic the Barbie lifestyle and some men, too, have pushed the envelope to look like her beau Ken. Several women — famous and otherwise — have gone under the knife to achieve a Barbie doll look: small waist, big boobs and huge vacant eyes.
But instead of finding this insulting, the Welsh year-old sees it as the ultimate compliment, and has spent years trying to achieve such an accolade. Yet those undergoing 'bimbofication' - which often involves painful surgery where ribs are removed for a smaller waist as well as breast enhancement and lip jobs - are embracing the label. These posts incredibly claim to empower women, saying that looking like a Barbie can help you get ahead in life - yet one of the leading exponents of this supposedly empowering movement is - surprise surprise - a man.
By Jessica Rach For Mailonline. A single mother who has spent the last 21 years trying to perfect the ultimate 'Barbie' image has revealed her plans to triple the size of her already surgically enhanced 32I breasts. Sindy Starlet, 36, from Oslo, describes herself as the 'Norwegian Bimbo Doll', and is now aiming to take the crown of having the country's biggest breasts, after being bullied in school for her 34A chest.
Today I found out that the makers of Barbie used to sell a doll whose breasts grew when her arm rotated. Yes, you read that correctly. When you rotated her arm, she grew an inch taller and her small breasts grew out of her plastic chest.
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The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood—a children's privacy advocacy group—released a petition today calling for Mattel to cease production of Hello Barbie, an "interactive" doll created in the hopes of reviving the toymaker's stumbling brand. In Mattel's demo, Barbie asks many questions that would elicit a great deal of information about a child, her interests, and her family. This information could be of great value to advertisers and be used to market unfairly to children. According to the Washington Postthe doll works by recording children's speech with an embedded microphone and then transmitting that data over the Internet, a process advocates are calling "creepy" but that executives maintain would never be used "for anything to do with marketing or publicity or any of that stuff.
But obsessed Rodrigo Alves still has a way to go until he reaches plastic perfection. The air steward, 30, from London, has endured 12 operations including a nose job, 12 operations, including jaw liposuction and six-pack, arm and leg implants. His last op — gel injections into his arms to make him look more muscular — nearly killed him after he caught a massive infection.