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Pamela Anderson’s Sensual Revolution: Why She Wants People To Stop Watching Porn

Pamela Anderson may be known as one of the world’s most famous Playmates, but the blonde bombshell is trying to shed this label and educate others about the dangers of porn and the importance of sensuality in sexual relations.

On Monday, The Baywatch siren took to the stage at Oxford University to give a lecture on the dangers of porn consumption and how we are all in need of a ‘sensual revolution.’

TV Host Rabbi Boteach seconded Pamela’s views on a sensual revolution.

The actress made valid points about how we are so unmoved by the porn industry due to the fact that it’s a part of our day to day existence. Anderson commented on how she felt we’ve lost the closeness and emotion required to have “good sex.” According to Pammy’s impassioned words, only by weaning ourselves off the blue movies and getting to know our partners will we be truly satisfied.

The ex-Baywatch star and Playboy model spoke of how leaked sex tapes had hurt her marriage. She said: “I was told due to my background I had no right to privacy. It made me feel worthless.”

Mum-of-two Pam, 49, also aired concerns about children watching porn and how they “think that’s what love looks like”.

Pamela in her heyday was adored by men, and women, the world over.

Pamela in her heyday was adored by men, and women, the world over.

 

She told students the mass consumption of internet pornography fuelled human trafficking and fetishes and she would like to see a campaign launched to curb the consumption of pornography as a social experiment.

“I’m romantic. I’m not a prude and there lays the frustration, great sex is not porn and when you are treated like a porn star it’s not fun… it’s terrible, terrible sex.

Comparing it lad’s mags she said: “It is not the titillating images. It is getting violent, I’m worried about violence against women.

“Being a sex symbol I know have some authority on this, I don’t know, I have done 50 years of research.”

Speaking of her past, the 49-year-old said: “I really truly believe Playboy saved my life. Playboy was my universe, it taught me everything I know”.

The Hollywood actress also sat down with multiple shows to discuss her thoughts further…

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