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Woman spent $130,000 on surgeries to fulfil her dreams of becoming a 'plastic bimbo'

Woman spent $130,000 on surgeries to fulfil her dreams of becoming a 'plastic bimbo'

Alicia Almira has taken her procedures to the extreme and is very proud of it

One woman has splashed out thousands of dollars on cosmetic procedures to look like a 'bimbo', admitting she is 'constantly fighting stigma' due to her unique look.

Alicia Almira, a 31-year-old Swedish woman, has spent around $130,000 (£100,000) on plastic surgery over the past ten years, becoming akin to a real-life Barbie doll in the process.

Among the long list of surgeries, Almira has gotten rhinoplasty, several boob jobs, PDO threads, botox, and fillers in her cheeks, jaws, lips, and around her eyes.

While she’s gotten plenty of criticism for her decisions, the self-proclaimed 'bimbo' is happy with the plastic surgeries she’s gotten.

Alicia is famed for her look (aliciaxamira/Instagram)
Alicia is famed for her look (aliciaxamira/Instagram)

In an interview with Truly, Almira elaborated on her feelings towards plastic surgery ten years into getting work done.

“I want to look as plastic as possible and inspire other girls to do the same,” the OnlyFans model explained.

Noting that she’s not finished with plastic surgery, she added: “I don't think I will ever stop having surgery. It is a huge part of me.

“Bimbos don't age, we're just getting more and more plastic.”

The 31-year-old is a pioneer of what she calls the 'Bimbo Movement', which she claims began in 2016.

Almira is part of the 'Bimbo movement' (aliciaxamira/Instagram)
Almira is part of the 'Bimbo movement' (aliciaxamira/Instagram)

“It’s about ending the stigma for hyper-feminine, sexual-looking plastic creatures like me,” she explained.

Almira took to X (formerly Twitter) last year to defend her choices, no matter how controversial they are.

“I know that my beliefs and my lifestyle might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but nonetheless, I stand by everything I’ve said,” Almira explained.

“I am constantly fighting stigma & it takes a lot of courage to stand by your beliefs, dreams & lifestyle when it’s considered ‘controversial’.”

These statements were not only referring to her look and lifestyle but also her stance as an 'antifeminist'.

“I wholeheartedly believe in traditional gender roles and I believe in embracing my feminine qualities,” she added.

While her lifestyle is highly scrutinized, Almira believes that those interested in her and the 'Bimbo Movement' should take part, while those who are not should spare their criticism of her and her beliefs.

“Let me live my truth just like I let you live your truth,” she said in the last tweet of her thread.

“Our choices are valid and matter too, even though you don’t agree.”

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@aliciaxamira