By Harriet Johnston For Mailonline. A woman who calls herself 'the ultimate bimbo' has been slammed by This Morning viewers, who say her bold look gets in the way of her message of 'empowerment'. But viewers were unconvinced by her message, saying they were distracted by her bold look. Alicia Amira, 29, argued that women who are hyper feminine should still be considered intelligent. One wrote on Twitter: 'You don't look hyper feminine dear. You look like a drag queen wearing fake comedy boobs.
But instead of finding this insulting, the Welsh year-old sees it as the ultimate compliment, and has spent years trying to achieve such an accolade. Yet those undergoing 'bimbofication' - which often involves painful surgery where ribs are removed for a smaller waist as well as breast enhancement and lip jobs - are embracing the label. These posts incredibly claim to empower women, saying that looking like a Barbie can help you get ahead in life - yet one of the leading exponents of this supposedly empowering movement is - surprise surprise - a man. For many bimbos, their main goal is altering their looks to become a sex symbol - but how does this tally with female empowerment? Not true. Cherry reveals how she started her own bimbofication journey after struggling with poor self-image. For Cherry and many others, bimbofication is about projecting positivity and a "hyper-feminine" look. Real-life Barbie, Katie Rose, who goes by the name 'KatieDollicious' on Instagram, first enhanced her boobs after beating breast cancer. She refers to herself as 'plastic positive' and loves her acrylic nails and pumped lips, but says it isn't to please a man. No you don't.
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