Valeria Lukyanova Defends Pics: Human Barbie Shames Haters' "Path of Degradation"

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After posting a new set of shocking pictures of herself, "Human Barbie" Valeria Lukyanova hit back at her detractors online, shaming them for hating.

Valeria 'Human Barbie' Lukyanova
Human Barbie Alert!

In the latest Human Barbie photos, Valeria Lukyanova appears even more distorted and plastic than usual in a bustier bra and tiny jean shorts.

So tiny that from the back, you see as much a$$ as you do clothing.

Val's midsection, meanwhile, features a set of abs so unrealistic looking that "fans" were torn over whether she starves or photoshops herself.

After receiving backlash, Valeria Lukyanova responded in kind.

"It is a pity that most people choose the path of degradation," she wrote in Russian in an extended message via Facebook just moments ago.

"If they see a man who has succeeded with something better than they are, they are ready to literally tear. Especially often I see it on the Internet."

Lukyanova, who says the inspiration behind her taut physique is none other than the Queen of the Amazon, says she will keep doing her thing.

"I am certainly still far from ideal, very far," she wrote.

"But I strive for athleticism ... So funny that girls and boys from sporting groups write such nasty things about my body ... so much negativity."

While she may be hated on, or attacked by Ukrainian miscreants, she says she will continue to respond by spreading "hope" and "light."

Then again, she believes you can survive on those things in lieu of food. True story, Human B. has actually espoused this wisdom in the past.

Also, she wants to bring beauty back to the old days, 'cause "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 '60s, without any surgery? And now, thanks to degeneration, we have this."

She's quite a character.

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Valeria Lukyanova Quotes

What would you keep children for? So they can get you a glass of water when you're on your deathbed?

The very idea of having children brings out this deep revulsion in me.