Pamela Anderson: Down with Porn Star Sex!

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Pamela Anderson is taking a stance against pornography.

Yes, you read that sentence correctly.

The former Playboy centerfold, Baywatch star and sex tape participant wrote an op-ed with Rabbi Schmuley Boteach last month for the Wall Street Journal.

It detailed the many “addictive dangers of pornography."

Pamela Anderson in Black

"This is a public hazard of unprecedented seriousness given how freely available, anonymously accessible and easily disseminated pornography is nowadays," Anderson wrote in the piece, adding:

"How many families will suffer? How many marriages will implode? How many talented men will scrap their most important relationships and careers for a brief onanistic thrill?"

Now, in an interview with UK program This Morning, Anderson has expounded on this viewpoint.

She says she's trying to promote a "sensual revolution."

You probably need that explained, right? Here goes...

"The sexual revolution was a great thing, it gave us a lot of freedom, it gave us all these wonderful things but it also gave us really bad sex," Anderson says in the following video.

"In the age of technology, there's so much access and people are getting too desensitized and there's multiple visual images that get weirder and stranger."

Anderson, of course, is well aware of how some people may look at her like a hypocrite.

She was known for many years for nothing but her blonde hair and large boobs.

"I know I'm part of the problem," she admits. "I should probably disqualify myself from this whole conversation because I was in Playboy and I had a tape stolen from my home and exploited all over the world and people saw things that they should have never seen, but I didn't think Playboy was pornographic."

The actress then stops and says she's been treated like a "porn star" in bed and "t's no fun at all."

She got "slapped, hit, called names, spit on [and] that's sex in these days."

Anderson never wants to go through this experience again, nor does she want anyone else to go through it.

"We're not prudes," she says, adding of her and Boteach's end game:

"We're not talking about no sex, we're talking better sex. We want to be desired, we want to be romantic and pornography and access to other things is diminishing that."

Pamela Anderson at the Mic

Anderson shares two sons (Dylan, 18, and Brandon, 20) with ex-husband Tommy Lee and says she backs up her public talk with private talks between her and her kids.

"We had this conversation we're having now in front of my kids," Pam says.

"My kids have been involved in the conversation, they both have girlfriends right now and I always tell them, if you disrespect women, you disrespect your mother."

Does Anderson regret posing for Playboy on so many occasions? Not really.

"I thought Playboy was free, it was sexy," she says. "I think I misunderstood, took that kind of attention for love."

What do you think of Anderson's take on sex? Does society need to change its view of intercourse? And is Anderson the right person to push this change?

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