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    *edit* scroll to my next post for pics...

    the pictures of her on the beach look good (she looks somewhat natural in those) but the thing she does with the dead eyes is ewww.... it's like the uncanny valley from the other side.
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    Okay. I need to go gurgle a bottle of listierine stat.

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    copied the pics...


    http://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/valeri...an-barbie-doll












    these ones she actually looks alive to me...







    and without the makeup and contacts and shit ...



    (lol lazy eye)

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    Wow, it's like a really extreme form of performance art.
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    to think she surgically maimed herself to be like that.

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    I think she must have had to have ribs removed. God help us.

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    She used to be a fairly attractive young woman. Something traumatic must have happened. That Taylor Lautner looking asshole was probably abusive.


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    Yes very creepy, the faccade must be demolished and she must be allowed to be free

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSC4w-fvojA

    then again maybe that's her personal choice, but its still creepy

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    So she's unusually skinny and likes to wear odd makeup. I've seen stranger.

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    personal choice, blah blah blah to me its like wearing a badge of honour saying "look at me, im insecure as shit and secretly hate myself!" its not a style statement, its permanent scarring announcing to the world that you gave up and gave in.

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    First those two sociopathic boys that kill people with hammers, and now this. Ukranian people are sure fucked up.

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    I don't think she looks that strange aside from her freakishly skinny waist.

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    Yikes, that waist is painful to look at.

    Anyway, her look is more akin to an anime character or the "ulzzang" than a Barbie doll.



    It's amusing that she's not even trying to make the photoshop believable here.


    At least Barbie always has a smile on her face instead of... well, a soulless stare on top of not being able to smile.
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    maybe she has a barbie alter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    She used to be a fairly attractive young woman. Something traumatic must have happened. That Taylor Lautner looking asshole was probably abusive.


    ^she looks so much prettier in this one.

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    fuck that guy

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    Default Valeria Lukyanova is the human Barbie doll

    Yep.



    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater

    Apparently she's from Ukraine. My goodness, what will those Ukrainians think of next?

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    Ah OK, I didn't see this thread. Sorry for the repost.

    Interesting... she looks EII to me. I wonder if this is a sort of attempt to become one with her dual persona, in that Barbie is usually depicted as an LSE?

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    Which is more wrong: self-mutilation, or deregulation?

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    She probably feels terrible about her self.
    Projection is ordinary. Person A projects at person B, hoping tovalidate something about person A by the response of person B. However, person B, not wanting to be an obejct of someone elses ego and guarding against existential terror constructs a personality which protects his ego and maintain a certain sense of a robust and real self that is different and separate from person A. Sadly, this robust and real self, cut off by defenses of character from the rest of the world, is quite vulnerable and fragile given that it is imaginary and propped up through external feed back. Person B is dimly aware of this and defends against it all the more, even desperately projecting his anxieties back onto person A, with the hope of shoring up his ego with salubrious validation. All of this happens without A or B acknowledging it, of course. Because to face up to it consciously is shocking, in that this is all anybody is doing or can do and it seems absurd when you realize how pathetic it is.

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    Why the fuck do you always have assume that body modifications have something to do with something being wrong with you? You don't know her and likely you don't know many who do hardcore body modifications to themselves.
    If people would be like that to me, I'd certainly grow a bit twisted just because my peers would think that I should.

    She's a work of art as far as I'm concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquagraph View Post
    Why the fuck do you always have assume that body modifications have something to do with something being wrong with you? You don't know her and likely you don't know many who do hardcore body modifications to themselves.
    If people would be like that to me, I'd certainly grow a bit twisted just because my peers would think that I should.

    She's a work of art as far as I'm concerned.
    This guy probably modified his body to an extreme because he thinks of himself as a canvas:



    I happen to think he looks like a dumbass, but whatever floats his boat. Different strokes for different folks.

    The girl in question, however, has modified herself to become a stereotype of what is attractive. This behavior is indicative of extreme body dysmorphic disorder. While the guy who turned his head into a skull is probably psychologically healthy it's extremely likely that she is not. I'm not criticizing her. I feel sorry for her. She was a very pretty girl and I am shocked that medical professionals most likely violated their hippocratic oath by operating on her to this extreme rather than suggesting that she seek psychological help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    The girl in question, however, has modified herself to become a stereotype of what is attractive. This behavior is indicative of extreme body dysmorphic disorder.
    Is putting on makeup and wearing heels and skirts an indicative of BDD? It's not amazing that people who are ready to modify themselves (permanently, like her, or temporarily, like, say Starfall when she does her magic with her makeup) happen to choose something close to the stereotype of beauty as it stems from what is generally considered beauty.

    In Western culture, body mods aren't usually considered to be a thing of mainstream beauty because the ones that stand out are usually not confined to norms whereas subtle mods are, like most of the plastic surgery is.

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    When I look at this picture I just can't help but see the walls of insecurity and fear in her eyes... I know that look very well.
    OR you see what you want to see.
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    Do you know any people that really have hardcore body mods?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall View Post
    I see myself in that picture.
    If you know that look very well because of it, it would mean you have taken a lot of time watching yourself (from a mirror or pictures) being insecure and afraid.
    Not to say I don't find it plausible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquagraph View Post
    Is putting on makeup and wearing heels and skirts an indicative of BDD? It's not amazing that people who are ready to modify themselves (permanently, like her, or temporarily, like, say Starfall when she does her magic with her makeup) happen to choose something close to the stereotype of beauty as it stems from what is generally considered beauty. http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...reply&p=876775

    In Western culture, body mods aren't usually considered to be a thing of mainstream beauty because the ones that stand out are usually not confined to norms whereas subtle mods are, like most of the plastic surgery is.


    OR you see what you want to see.
    I don't think putting on makeup or wearing heels is indicative of BDD, no. But that's not all she's doing. She has had her ribs removed leaving herself vulnerable to internal injury long term. People with normal psychology don't do that.

    Women wear makeup / heels / pretty dresses to enhance their image temporarily. People with BDD have to make long term / surgical changes to themselves because they literally feel like they cannot live with their natural appearance.

    And yes I do know two people with extreme body modifications. They both heathy males who do it as a form of artistic expression and I'm totally fine with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    I don't think putting on makeup or wearing heels is indicative of BDD, no. But that's not all she's doing. She has had her ribs removed leaving herself vulnerable to internal injury long term. People with normal psychology don't do that.
    So she probably has an abnormal psyche? Maybe she has high IQ, hardcore artistic inclinations, vivid spiritual life or some other non-negative psychological deviations. What of it?
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    Women wear makeup / heels / pretty dresses to enhance their image temporarily. People with BDD have to make long term / surgical changes to themselves because they literally feel like they cannot live with their natural appearance.
    Do you accuse women with boob implants to be insecure?
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    And yes I do know two people with extreme body modifications. They both heathy males who do it as a form of artistic expression and I'm totally fine with it.
    What if she does it for the same reason? What if she encompasses the western idea of female beauty as an art? Why can these men do what they want without given a psychologic thrauma label but if she wants to look what she considers beautiful, SHE HAS TO HAVE SOMETHING WRONG WITH HER?
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    Do you even realize that the thing you do is judge her without knowing her?
    It's still judging even if it involves feelings of pity.
    "She should seek help." basically means "I know what's good for her better than she does." if she hasn't sought help.
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    I don't believe your bullshit.

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    I SECOND EVERYTHING AQUAGRAPH SAID HERE.

    Fuck, you people can be fucking narrow minded. Step out of your sick little boxes.

    I think she looks fascinating, somehow futuristic. I like natural beauty too, also, besides that. Let her do whatever she wants to do with her body, it's nobody's business but hers. I think she's doing a fine job with what she's doing.
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    To me, this thread looks more like the people condemning her are the insecure ones, and the insecurity you see in her eyes is actually a reflection of your own fear.

    "She's too perfect, it creeps me out, do I need to do that too, even though I don't want to?"

    Well, I'll tell you: no, you don't. Just as she has the right and freedom to look like whatever she fucking wants, so do you. What the hell does it matter as long as you feel like you're on the right track? Live and let others live, and get over it. We're the ones who choose about ourselves. Never, ever forget that, and never, never fucking ever try to take that away from someone else by pushing them down to meet your standards. Please.
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    She doesn't look too perfect. No I don't think I need to have my ribs removed. I'm a million times better looking.

    She's probably MISERABLE. If it made her happy like Lizard man or the two guys I know with body mods I would be all for it.

    But reading translations of what she has said online along with looking at her photographs I think she's probably a lot like Michael Jackson. A tortured soul.

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    Oh boo hoo.
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    I don't get what the big deal is, though I'd worry about her health. If she got punched in the stomach, she'd probably be dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aivonua nainini View Post
    Oh boo hoo.

    Umm. Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scapegrace View Post
    But reading translations of what she has said online along with looking at her photographs I think she's probably a lot like Michael Jackson. A tortured soul.
    Most artists are. Hence they express it, relieving the pain. You still don't know what's good for her, neither do I, so let's not jump in to quick conclusions about people's (more or less) rehearsed answers and handpicked photos.

    But I bet the tabloids will love the reaction of your kind. To be precise, they feed on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquagraph View Post
    Most artists are. Hence they express it, relieving the pain. You still don't know what's good for her, neither do I, so let's not jump in to quick conclusions about people's (more or less) rehearsed answers and handpicked photos.

    But I bet the tabloids will love the reaction of your kind. To be precise, they feed on it.
    You do realize that you're also making an assumption right?

    This artist shit is pretty funny. You probably think that Jeff Koon is the greatest living American painter. I know nothing about art. *sigh*

    I don't care if she calls herself an artist (she doesn't, by the way). She is probably has psychological issues. I'm not judging her for this. Hell, I'm emotionally disturbed. But Francesca Woodman didn't jump out the window because she was an artist. She did it because she was sick and that's really upsetting to me, probably because I can relate. I feel the same way about this girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall View Post
    Nope. I know the look of confidence & I know the look of insecurity very well.
    Yup. I'm sure you do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall View Post
    Eh. I remember you saying that you have a form of autism. That probably explains why the idea of reading other peoples emotions is so foreign to you.
    A shot to the heart.

    Or then I've just realized how everything I see is skewed by what I want to see, and that I reflect myself from all these infinite mirrors around me, and don't necessarily believe all my bullshit just because it feels safe, and instead, try to look for a more practical ways of working with the world. In this case, it's minding my own business and letting others mind theirs. She wants to do that, she may. Who am I to judge? Who are you to judge?

    I've had people talk shit about me enough to know it's not worth putting in my mouth. Don't you find the taste just horrid?
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