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Pamela Anderson urges men to give up pornography describing it as ‘corrosive’

Pamela Anderson, the former Playmate, has described pornography as a “public hazard” that affects men’s “ability to function as husband, and, by extension, as father”.


The former Baywatch star made the claims that pornography was “corrosive” in a joint op-ed article with Shmuley Boteach, an American Orthodox Jewish rabbi and author.


They were writing in response to the latest Anthony Weiner sex scandal, in which the former politician was caught sending a picture of his crotch to a woman in the presence of his young son.

 

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