Former Playboy pin-up and ‘Baywatch’ beauty Pamela Anderson has teamed up with celebrity rabbi Shmuley Boteach for a surprising new opinion piece in which she implores men to stop watching pornography.

Co-writing a piece with Boteach for the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday (August 31st), the 49 year old, who owes almost her entire celebrity status to being an icon of male attention, says that men who habitually view pornographic images have “less satisfactory intimate lives with their wives or girlfriends as a result of the consumption.”

Pamela AndersonPamela Anderson is urging men to stop watching pornography

The article, entitled ‘Take the Pledge: No More Indulging Porn’, urges its readers to “understand that porn is for losers - a boring, wasteful and dead-end outlet for people too lazy to reap the ample rewards of health sexuality.”

If steps aren’t taken now, future generations will be so completely saturated by such images that they’ll be the “crack babies of porn” – and Anderson cites the recent example of Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal.

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One of Hillary Clinton’s closest assistants, Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin announced she was leaving the former congressman after he sent a series of images to someone he was having an affair with.

“If anyone still doubted the devastation that porn addiction wreaks on those closest to the addict, behold the now-shattered marriage of Mr. Weiner and Huma Abedin, a breakup that she initiated, reportedly, in shock at the disgraced ex-congressman's inclusion of their 4-year-old son in one lewd photo that he sent to a near-stranger,” the article read.

“From our respective positions of rabbi-counselor and former Playboy model and actress, we have often warned about pornography's corrosive effects on a man's soul and on his ability to function as husband and, by extension, as father. This is a public hazard of unprecedented seriousness.”

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