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Thursday 25 December 2014

Pamela Anderson ‘in control’

Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson believes she and many other women in the world are “more and more empowered” each day.

The 45-year-old Playboy Playmate and former Baywatch babe embraces feminism.

Pamela is proud of how women’s rights are rapidly improving internationally.

“I do [consider myself a feminist], actually. I do,” she told BuzzFeed.

“I think I'm in control of what I do and what I've done. I think that's the ultimate feminine power. Do as you want. Be who you want to be, and not for anybody else. As days go by, women are more and more empowered.”

Pamela has debuted a dramatic new look recently.

She believes her more mature appearance reflects how much she has personally evolved.

“I think it's time, though — you know, you grow up and you change your look,” Pamela explained.

“I feel different from how I did in my Playboy days. Now, I think I'm in charge of toning down my look or not. I feel like as I'm getting older, this is my version of toned down. I like it.”

Bombshell Pamela’s beauty is iconic.

She doesn’t commiserate with most other people’s sentiment though.

“Oh, god, I don't know if I ever really felt beautiful,” she said.

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