A psychologist has pointed out that human doll Valeria Lukyanova's looks promote cybersex and fires up weird fantasies of men worldwide.
Since Valeria Lukyanova, the 21-year-old human Barbie doll, became a worldwide sensation, many are voicing out their opinions about her, her looks, and the way she views attention. With her Facebook page tallying up to over half a million likes, it is pretty evident many choose to follow her life even if she lives it under the appearance that's not naturally hers.
Dr. Seth Meyers, a Los Angeles-based psychologist, said that Valeria's look and the way she promotes it could be a problem. Moreover, the doctor claims that she promotes a false fantasy that exists entirely inside the minds of the male population.
"Because men can't find this fantasy in real life, pictures of the Human Barbie send these men flocking to the internet for a cybersexual experience that casts the real women in their lives aside because they simply can't - and shouldn't - measure up" said Meyers in a report posted earlier.
It is no surprise if men all over the world blatantly proclaim their devotion to Valeria through her Facebook page. She is after all, tagged as someone who looks like an "inflatable sex doll" because of her ridiculous body measurements and finely-chiseled features.
"The interview from V, as well as photos of the so-called beauty, suggest a woman who finds her authentic self and the reality around her to be empty and uninspiring, causing her to create and live in a fantasy world of her own making" added Dr. Meyers.
Do you think Valeria Lukyanova wants to be looked at this way, or does she have a deeper sense on why she chose to be a human doll?