Pamela Anderson Opens Up About Sexual Abuse As She Urges People To Give Up Porn

Pamela Anderson has opened up about sexual abuse she experienced during her past relationships.

The pin-up is currently urging people to give up watching porn because she feels it has “desensitised” men and women and is destroying love.

She appeared on This Morning to discuss her campaign, when she was asked about her own history of modelling for Playboy and her sex tape by Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.

“I know I am part of the problem, I should probably disqualify myself from this whole situation because I was in Playboy, and I had a tape that was stolen from my home and went all over the world and people saw things they should never have seen.

“But I didn’t think Playboy was pornographic. I’m a romantic. Have you ever been treated like a porn star in bed? It’s no fun at all, slapped, hit, sex games, spit on… That’s sex these days.”

Ruth asked her if she had experienced that and the actress replied: “I have and I never want that happen to me again.

“I think also people put that image on me, that I have to be wild and crazy and I’m thinking, god this porn addiction… There is a woman lying, living and breathing in bed there’s something going on.”

Eamonn tried to lighten the mood with an inappropriate comment saying: “I can’t imagine any husband of yours being in the bathroom with a computer watching porn…”

The blonde beauty ignored the implication simply explaining that she had experienced it and so had close friends.

“We want a sensual revolution, intimacy relationship is so much better sex. We’re not prudes, we’re not saying ‘no sex’, we’re talking about better sex.”

Pamela’s pal Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, an author and spiritual advisor, said there was no way they wanted to ban porn.

“On the contrary, we want a sensual revolution that will create an erotic connection between women, especially in marriages…”

The former Baywatch star added about her own experience: “I like being sexy, every woman likes being sexy. I misunderstood that attention for love.

“I have some regrets in my life. I feel great that I have this perspective. And I have the authority on the subject.”

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