Pamela Anderson said the Internet is responsible for Playboy’s downfall.
In October, Playboy announced it would stop publishing photos of nude women because they are seen as “passé” now.
“I understand why, but it is bittersweet,” Anderson said during a recent Fox 411 interview. “It was another time. It was a lifestyle — very human and imperfect. The computer killed Playboy.” (RELATED: Playboy’s Redesign Isn’t Exactly Nudity-Free, But It’s Close)
“The voyeuristic girl-next-door innocence, I’m glad I was a part of it. A sensual life is something I still aspire to. I’m not going to give up.”
Anderson said she thinks people are a little too connected to technology these days. (RELATED: Pamela Anderson Celebrates Cure With A Nude Photo)
“I think there is a place for information,” she said.
“But I do believe there is a desensitization happening among us while we go numb and lonely. The best thing I ever did was shut down my computer for six months — no cell phone. It improved all my relationships, weeded some out. I was much happier.”
“It’s a dangerous playground.” (RELATED: Pamela Anderson Is Last Woman To Pose Nude On Cover Of Playboy)