She’s a Barbie girl in the real world.
A Swedish woman claims that she spent nearly $127,280 on plastic surgery over the last 10 years in an attempt to become a real-life Barbie doll.
Alicia Almira revealed that she quit her lucrative PR job a few years back in order to become a self-proclaimed full-time “bimbo.”
In the shocking interview with Truly, Almira claimed that she has had two boob jobs, rhinoplasty, fillers in her forehead, around her eyes, cheeks, jaw and lips, Botox and PDO threads.
“The ideal look I want to achieve is the most plastic, fantastic over-enhanced sex doll,” said Almira, 33 adding that she has found the surgeries to be “addictive.”
Despite having had multiple surgeries already, Almira says that she doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon — even though it costs her nearly $2,550 to $3,820 a month.
“I don’t think I will ever stop having surgery,” contemplated the blonde bombshell. “It is a huge part of bimbo-facation.”
“There is no perfection in my mind,” continued Almira. “It’s just a matter of growing and evolving and every year you become more and more plastic.”
The professional bimbo later added that “bimbos don’t age, they just become more plastic.”
Almira, who sports extensive tattoos, eyelash extensions and fingernails that triple the length of normal ones, claims she has always been attracted to the extreme and wanted to be a bimbo since the age of 9.
According to the woman, she is an “anti-feminist” and believes that women and men should not be equal.
“I believe it’s a woman’s role to please her man and be the best ‘trophy wife’ possible,” declared Almira. “I love cooking for him, cleaning the house and getting him to fix the car and mow the lawn.”
The OnlyFans star claims that gender roles have become so blurred that many people in society are trying to be something that they are not.
“I wholeheartedly believe in traditional gender roles and I believe in embracing my feminine qualities,” said Almira.
In 2016, Almira founded “The Bimbo Movement” in an effort to destigmatize “hyper-feminine and hyper-sexual plastic creatures.”
Almira states that women who dress like her often attract several preconceived notions.
The goal of the movement is to make people understand there is more than just shiny plastic to bimbos.
“I’m really proud to be plastic and a bimbo,” states Almira. “You cannot shame me for being a s–t if I’m already not ashamed.”
Despite having her life in plastic being pretty fantastic, Almira revealed that she has come under the scrutiny of several internet trolls.
“People are censoring me and judging me and are up in arms about it,” said the Mattel doll look-alike who adds in response to the hate, she has started trolling right back.
“Now I just have a little fun with it,” giggled the woman. “I like trolling people now and I’m like ‘this is fun!’”
Almira also revealed that while should not wish for her own child to follow in her footsteps, she would totally support her daughter if she wished to enhance her own breasts.
“If my daughter really wants big boobs and everything else, then I would take her to the surgeon,” concluded the woman adding it would be “the best one, too.”