Per Barbie's instructions, I enter Kamasutra, a brightly lit Ukrainian version of an Indian restaurant. Imagine a blind date, with all the attendant "Does she look like her picture? If you saw the pictures I saw, you would understand. You would know that meeting Valeria Lukyanova is the closest you will come to an alien encounter. Her improbable looks—the Margaret Keane peepers, the head quizzically cocked like a sunflower too heavy for its stem, the plasticky skin and wasp waist—reached the West when her self-shot home videos began drawing gawkers to YouTube. The Western media were quick to dub her the "Human Barbie," but Valeria was hardly the first Homo sapiens to willingly make herself look like a doll—she wasn't even the first to earn the moniker: Some tabloid-damaged Brit laid claim to it a few years back.
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Buying a Barbie will soon feel a bit like shopping for jeans. A new line of Barbie dolls, available for order today, comes in original, petite, tall, and curvy sizes. Faced with years of falling Barbie sales , however, toy manufacturer Mattel seems to have had a change of heart. Will the change prove beneficial to young girls?
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Karina Barbie, 27, who makes herself up to look like the Mattel doll, staged her oddball protest over the redesign of a Facebook-like social media website. A Barbie-obsessed model staged a bizarre nearly naked protest outside the Russian parliament's building - because she was angry about a social media site's new design. Karina Barbie, 27, who makes herself up to look like the Mattel doll, staged her oddball protest outside the State Duma Building in the Russian capital city of Moscow. She wanted to show her displeasure with a recent redesign of VKontakte, the Russian equivalent to Facebook. The pink-haired woman posed topless outside the building wearing only knickers, high heels and pink gloves.
Barbie, the world's most famous blonde, has a new home in the German capital. Almost the entire place is pink — a colour that has sparked a heated debate about gender stereotyping among critics. Among some of the few guests on Thursday afternoon was a trio of six-year-old girls.