Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson wants to write erotic fiction.

The former Playboy playmate - who recently slammed the prolific availability of porn claiming it is damaging society - thinks she is "pretty good" at telling "sexy" stories and would love to make a career from it.

In an interview with Dazed magazine, she admitted: "I've always wanted to write erotic short stories. People tell me I should. Everyone says I'm a pretty good sexy storyteller."

The 49-year-old blonde beauty - who previously confessed to being a victim of sexual abuse as a child - admitted posing nude for Playboy allowed her to "flip the script" and take ownership of her own life and body again.

She explained: "I flipped the script. I really did. I was trying to take the power back from my life and things which had happened to me in the past. I felt really out of control and felt, not like a victim, but that I wasn't in charge.

"When I started posing for Playboy and doing things in LA, I realised I was living my own life. It was really empowering for me to be that girl.

"I was always so painfully shy and when I could break through that, it was just like freedom. Then you couldn't stop me from walking down the street naked."

But the former 'Baywatch' star admitted she was "violently ill" when she first bared all for Hugh Hefner's publication in 1989.

She recalled: "At first I wasn't nude, but I had someone reaching in and adjusting me and I was violently ill. I was really sick.

"Then it hit me, right there. I was like, 'I can do this'. It's just what society puts upon us.

"It wasn't like I was doing anything graphic. Then I started appreciating all the nude pictures of women on the walls and I thought, 'They're so beautiful, what is wrong with this?' There's nothing wrong with it."