Quotes by: Pamela Anderson
I'm a mother with two small children, so I don't take as much crap as I used to.
I feel that, at this point in my career, I don't want to do another television show. I don't want to do a film.
In order for a man to feel whole, he needs someone to look up to and someone to look up to him.
I have to think of moderation, which is not a word that's in my vocabulary. But I try.
You grow up and change your look. 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.
And I'm not an actress. I don't think I am an actress. I think I've created a brand and a business.
I am the ultimate California girl, which is funny, being that I'm Canadian.
It's nice to have boundaries, because as long as we have them, we can cross them a bit, and that's what perks interest. If you have full freedom, what do you do?
I like to work and it kind of keeps me in line, which is very good because I need that structure.
If people knew how KFC treats its chickens, they'd never eat another drumstick.
I started running, and I hated it. Of course, everyone hates running for the first mile. If you're running two miles or twenty miles, it always hurts. Now I live it. I look forward to it. It's really good. It clears my head.
Even as a kid, I read 'Jung - Reflections and Individuation In Fairy Tales'; all the inner circle of Jung was a real huge thing for me.
My career only took off because of one football game. I thought it was funny. 'Playboy' called and offered me a cover just like that. I turned them down initially, because I was nervous about it and my boyfriend at the time didn't want me to do it, but they kept coming back, so I eventually said yes.
I'm a soccer mom. I'm T-ball, soccer, karate, homework, keeping them on their schedules. I love being the snack mom, when I get to bring the cut oranges. I have one of those coolers with wheels. I'm at every game, every practice, sitting on my blanket. I love it.
I don't do the gym and I don't diet. I'm vegetarian but I don't diet.
My hair was so much a part of my personality and all my photo shoots. I hid behind my hair. And then, I just decided I was okay with myself. To have short hair and really show my face is even more revealing than anything. It's a statement - not to everyone else, more to myself. I'm just ready to get out from behind my hair and be myself.
Eventually you just have to realize that you're living for an audience of one. I'm not here for anyone else's approval.
People who wear fur smell like a wet dog if they're in the rain. And they look fat and gross.
I don't consider myself a feminist, but I feel very empowered as a woman, and I've used all my resources widely. I believe in equality, but that's just naturally happening. I still want a door opened for me, to be treated like a lady, but I also want equal rights for women, of course.