Pamela Anderson's New Lingerie Ad: Is It Too Risqué?

Pamela Anderson did an anti-Valentine's Day ad for Coco de Mer, a company that sells lingerie and adult toys.

Last year, Pam became outspoken against pornography, calling it, quote, "a boring, wasteful and dead-end outlet for people too lazy to reap the ample rewards of healthy sexuality."

However, many viewers agree that this new ad is pretty pornographic. It starts with Pam coming home and immediately getting undressed. She puts on music, lights candles, puts on lingerie, spreads rose pedals, locks her front door, and goes up to the bedroom.

She then produces a vibrating sex toy - one of the products for sale - out of a box, proceeds to use it, then says, "[Eff] Valentine's Day".

It's very racy, and Pam shows off a pretty significant amount of her backside in the footage. However, would you say that it's pornographic? Would you say it's too risqué for general advertising? And does it Pam a hypocrite versus her earlier anti-pornographic commentary, or no? 

WARNING: There's slight nudity and one instance of profanity in this video.

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