'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview with GQ revealed shallow and racist opinions of the 28-year-old. Conducted by Michael Idov, the 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview revealed to Idov that though Lukyanova may seem like the product of Photoshop, the 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova is just all too real.

'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova first caught the world's attention in 2012 when she made headlines looking like a life-sized Barbie doll. All eyes were on her when she came out with a fully made up doll-like face, large breasts, an extremely tiny waist and long blond hair. A previous 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview also made her famous in headlines as she revealed her diet not needing any food nor water.

'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova certainly made a name for herself looking like the spitting image of a real-life Barbie doll, and while she is more fondly known for her physical appearance, a 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview with GQ took knowing her to another level. GQ decided to take its readers inside the mind of the 'human barbie.' 

The 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview is to be held in Odessa, and this is where Michael Idov of GQ first met the controversial figure. Idov found her consuming nothing but carrot juice with chutney, since she is on a breatharian's diet, subsisting only on air and light.

Well, it wasn't long before the 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview started getting "too real" and Lukyanova went on expressing racist opinions, calling mixed races a "degeneration" of beauty. The 'human Barbie', apparently also Barbie-headed individual, claimed that standards of beauty have changed "because of race-mixing."

The 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview of GQ's Michael Idov went like this:

"For example, a Russian marries an Armenian, they have a kid, a cute girl, but she has her dad's nose. She goes and files it down a little, and it's all good. Ethnicities are mixing now, so there's degeneration, and it didn't used to be like that."

"Remember how many beautiful women there were in the 1950s and 1960s, without any surgery? And now, thanks to degeneration, we have this. I love this Nordic image of myself. I have white skin; I am a Nordic type-perhaps a little Eastern Baltic, but closer to Nordic."

The 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview with GQ didn't end there as it unfortunately also touched on the issue of rearing a family and having children. Lukyanova told the publication's Russian editor-in-chief that she cringes at the thought settling down with a family of her own in the future.

Valeria Lukyanova's opinion? "It's unacceptable to me. The very idea of having children brings out this deep revulsion in me. Most people have children to fulfill their own ambitions, not to give anything." She adds, "I'd rather die from torture because the worst thing in the world is to have a family lifestyle."

And in order to drive the point home, Lukyanova also said, "I'm against feminism...what would you keep the children for? So they can get you a glass of water when you're on your deathbed?"

Last year, VICE made a documentary titled "Space Barbie" where Lukyanova was the focal point as she once thought she was from the planet Venus. She said in the film that she uses her physical appearance to support her spiritual ideals.

With the latest 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview with GQ, it's possible that the only thing she has going for her is her appearance.

The 'Human Barbie' Valeria Lukyanova interview with GQ had Lukyanova proudly admitting to being obsessed with all things Barbie. She claimed, "Everyone wants a slim figure. Everyone gets breasts done. Everyone fixes up their face if it's not ideal, you know? Everyone strives for the golden mean. It's global now."

Whether all these opinions are from her or not from her, one thing's for sure, she has the world's eyes on her.

To read the full interview, click here.