Pamela Anderson about Being Nude

And many other things of lesser importance

By Softpedia Team   April 7th, 2006 15:19 GMT
The ultimate blond bombshell of Hollywood takes from time to time a few minutes of her busy schedule just to talk to the press about her Playboy shoots, abusive Tommy Lee and her PETA activities.

As taken from an E!online interview here are some thoughts and words of Pam-Pam Pamela.

About motherhood and birth and the way they changed her: "I don't take as much crap as I used to. You know, once you give birth, once you have kids, you realize what's important in life, and you realize it's really not difficult to be a good person. And so when people aren't good around me, I tend to move away from that. There are so many good people in the world, and you want to surround your children with that. I gave birth at home both times--natural--with a midwife, in water...with nothing."

About how she relates to being nude for the whole world to see (and salivate for) in Playboy magazine: "Playboy is really a different side of me that I didn't know was there. Some of my happiest times--and this seems kind of crazy--are doing photo shoots. I love them because I can be anybody I want in a split second. It's harder to maintain that over a television show or on film, but I can be 6 billion different people in a roll of film. I still don't like looking at the pictures, though."

Keep in mind that the sexy goddess is one shy person and that she refused to play in a movie as it involved nudity and sex scenes. Once in court for breaking her contract Anderson said she had no problem with the nude scenes but that she was not informed she would have to simulate sexual acts. She won the trial.

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