Pamela Anderson Says Porn is “a Public Hazard”

Former Baywatch star and Playboy model Pamela Anderson is speaking out against pornography.

In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, co-written with Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, Pamela Anderson criticized PamelaAnderson-losers-wsjpornography for its  “corrosive effects on a man’s soul and on his ability to function as husband and, by extension, as father.” She didn’t hold any punches, citing disgraced former politician Anthony Weiner as evidence.

Both Anderson and Boteach predicted that pornography addiction and use will only continue to escalate in rising generations. They labeled children growing up amidst the normalization of these explicit sexual images as “the crack babies of porn.”

They don’t shy away from calling pornography a “public hazard” due to the fact that it is so pervasive and easily accessible. They state that we are a “guinea-pig generation for an experiment in mass debasement that few of us would have ever consented to, and whose full nefarious impact may not be known for years.”

Anderson and Boteach hit the nail on the head when they said: “Simply put, we must educate ourselves and our children to understand that porn is for losers—a boring, wasteful and dead-end outlet for people too lazy to reap the ample rewards of healthy sexuality.”

We’re glad that Pamela is speaking up!

Clearly our message about the public health crisis of pornography is hitting the mainstream.

To learn more about the harms of pornography, visit: endsexualexploitation.org/publichealth.

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