Why Pamela Anderson Has Never Had A Good 3-Way

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Pamela Anderson has a confession to make: she's never had a good threesome. While they have been tempting to her in the past, Anderson hasn't found many pleasurable experiences with them, personally. The actress/model is not against sexual partners who wish to invite more people into the bedroom, but Anderson hasn't discovered the same joys other people have found through inviting a third person into the equation. During a recent Q&A session, the conversation point came up, and she elaborated on her feelings towards sex and the nature of threesomes. Here's what Pamela Anderson had to say when asked on her opinions on group sex, threesomes, and sex clubs. You can always count on Pamela to be candid with you.

I have never had a threesome or group sex in a positive way. But to each their own. All my lovers were too jealous. Except for maybe one that fantasized about me being with a woman and watching us. It sounds tempting sometimes. But I'm too romantic. I don't enjoy sex without love and commitment. It's not mechanical or to show off. It's about intimacy and sharing secrets.

The topic came up during Dazed's recent Q&A with Pamela Anderson. While she didn't elaborate more on the topic beyond that, sometimes some things are not for everyone. Like she said: to each their own. Later in the conversation, Pamela Anderson answered other personal relationship questions directed her way. Not all of them were sexual by nature, although a few of them were. For instance, someone asked Anderson about what she does to make things "kinky" in the bedroom. Her answer? Sex toys. She admits they "can be fun." Additionally, Pamela Anderson said she is not an advocate for having a boyfriend and a sugar daddy at the same time. ("One man at a time is all I can handle," Anderson said quite bluntly.)

Pamela Anderson has some advice for people who receive unsolicited dick pics as well: "Block and delete." Can't get more straightforward than that. She also provided some heartfelt advice for being in relationships with partners who are now asexual, as well as partners who are "really needy." Much of the Baywatch actress' advice came down to being honest with yourself and doing what's best for your own personal benefit. Personal care is also a big reoccurring theme in the Q&A session -- both physically and mentally, it should be noted. Whatever the question might be, Pamela is here for you.

Additionally, Pamela Anderson gave the following advice to an anonymous person who wanted to know how to build self-esteem and self-security.

Well, I am a woman first. I was raised by fun-loving women who enjoyed all aspects of love and loving, romance and good sex. It was modelled for me on their voracious behaviors. They were beautiful and bubbly and enjoyed life. I don't think about my image or my past. When men try to put me on a pedestal, it's the worst. It's isolating and lonely to be so protected. It's also someone that will cheat eventually. Thinking you are too perfect makes men insecure and have to seek attention from others. I just want to walk hand in hand through the streets and kiss and laugh and love. But some men have a fear of treating me as a normal girl. This is what I want more than anything.

She tells it how it is. Meanwhile, when it comes to additional updates from the busy life of Pamela Anderson, we'll continue to keep you covered right here at CinemaBlend.

Will Ashton

Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.