Pamela Anderson Thinks Porn Ruins Sex: ‘I’ve Been Spat on and Called Nasty Names’ in Bed

Pamela Anderson isn’t open to that kind of experimentation. The Baywatch star said during an appearance on ITV’s This Morning on Friday, October 14, that she thinks men should stop watching porn, because it ruins sex.

“There is so much access to porn, people are becoming desensitized and things are getting weirder and stranger,” the actress, 49, said while talking about her sex life. “We're not prudes,” Anderson clarified while on the topic of porn. “We're not saying we want no sex, we're saying we want better sex.”

Pamela Anderson attends the Annual Charity Day hosted by Cantor Fitzgerald, BGC and GFI at GFI Securities on September 12, 2016 in New York City.
Pamela Anderson attends the Annual Charity Day hosted by Cantor Fitzgerald, BGC and GFI at GFI Securities on Sept. 12, 2016, in New York City. Robin Marchant/Getty Images for Cantor Fitzgerald

According to the actress, who became an icon in the ‘90s thanks to her sexy blonde bombshell persona on Baywatch, her reputation doesn’t help her dating life.

“Have you ever been treated like a porn star in bed? It's not nice. I've been spat on and called nasty names,” Anderson explained. “People think I am wild and crazy. … I know I am part of the problem as I have posed for Playboy and had a sex tape stolen from my house.”

In 1995 a sex tape was famously stolen from Anderson’s home featuring the actress and her then husband, Tommy Lee, on their honeymoon. Anderson later sued the video distribution company.

“It's all about self-regulation," she added. “You've got to take time out and look at your own behavior.”

The animal activist has also briefed her sons, Brandon, 20, and Dylan, 18, on the matter.

“I’ve spoken to them about it, and they have girlfriends," Anderson, who shares her sons with Lee, said. "I tell them that if they disrespect them, they are disrespecting their mother."

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