Pamela Anderson, who was introduced as a “beacon of sensuality, sensitivity, and sexuality,” recently answered Dazed reader questions about love and life. For example, one reader asked: I’m with a boy who is going through an ‘asexual’ period, and I would like to know how to help him feel sexual again.
Anderson says that "this is an epidemic [...] or an evolution in the age of technology and germ phobias." Her theories on the cause? Access to seeing many bodies on demand, watching explicit pornography, masturbating too much, uncertainty about orientation, addiction to time wasters like Fortnight or YouTube, or a modern fear of the vulnerability it takes to make a sexual connection.
"Being a lover is vulnerable, especially to a sensitive person. An empath dives deep and can get depressed, and some are just afraid of love. We share our souls forever with someone we share our bodies with, and that can be scary."
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