Pamela Anderson: ‘The computer killed Playboy’


Pamela Anderson (Emma Dunlavey/JME Photo 0116 2395175this image cannot be reproduced in any way without written permission fromJME Photo)

Pamela Anderson is the blonde bombshell best-known for having graced multiple covers of Playboy Magazine and starring in Baywatch. These days, the 48-year-old Canadian stunner has been busy with her new makeup line, The Pamela Anderson Bombshell Collection, and her vegan lifestyle site Pammies Life.  The mom of two dished to FOX411 about her quest to find love again and her take on social media.

FOX411: Your short film, “Connected” addresses society’s obsession with the need to be constantly connected through technology. Do you think our culture needs to unplug?
Pamela Anderson: I think there is a place for information. But I do believe there is a desensitization happening among us while we go numb and lonely. The best thing I ever did was shut down my computer for six months — no cell phone. It improved all my relationships, weeded some out. I was much happier. Its a dangerous playground.

FOX411: You are one of Playboy’s most iconic celeb Playmate’s. What do you think of it going the non-nude route?
Anderson: I understand why, but it is bitter sweet. It was another time. It was a lifestyle — very human and imperfect. The computer killed Playboy. The voyeuristic girl-next-door innocence, I’m glad I was a part of it. A sensual life is something I still aspire to. Im not going to give up.

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