Yes, that's right! There is a "human Barbie" so extreme in her aesthetic views that she believes all women should perfect themselves though plastic surgery or otherwise.
She calls herself Lolita Richi. She is 16 and from Ukraine. Like other human Barbies before her, she claims to have achieved her look without the use of plastic surgery. But she says that just because she hasn't gone under the knife doesn't mean you shouldn't.
"All women should be well-kept and immaculate... If a girl doesn't have beautiful eyes then they should wear contact lenses to sort it out. If they have a crooked nose, then she must do something about it, whether that's plastic surgery or not," Richi said, according to the Mirror.
However, Richi does not believe in dieting, and maintains that her figure is self-sustaining. Whether that's another youthful misconception to be shattered by middle age, or pure delusion, at least she's no Breatharian.
The 16-year-old, who is from Kiev, but currently living in Turkmenistan, says that her mom supports her, encourages her lifestyle choices, and even serves as her photographer. She apparently has a lot of followers on Russian social media, but only nascent presence on Facebook.
So where does this new human Barbie fit on the awfulness continuum?
When so-called human Barbie Valeria Lukyanova came around, we were shocked by her appearance. Later on, we were as intrigued by her claim to be in contact with aliens as we were horrified by her views on "race-mixing."
Then Alina Kovalevskaya made her debut. She was into big hair and appeared to tone down the human doll act just a little bit. Refreshingly, she was more than a little put off by Valeria, describing her as "not a person with whom I would like to talk to or even be friends."
While "Lolita" hasn't yet spoken to the media about her views on "race-mixing," her views on surgical enhancement will probably provide plenty of fodder for her critics.