Former playmate was "completely offended" by "terrible" remarks
Pamela Anderson has attacked Donald Trump over the US presidential candidate’s comments about women.
The former Baywatch star was delivering a speech to the Oxford Union on the dangers of pornography.
A recording emerged last week of Trump bragging about being able to grope women due to his fame and position.
Ms Anderson - who recently revealed she had been sexually abused as a 12-year-old child - said she was "completely offended" by the comments.
"It's terrible and I've heard other men speak that way, even about me and it cannot be swept under the rug because how we deal with it; how he is ... it's not okay,” she said.
"So I was completely offended - like everybody else - and I don't like the way he said it was just locker room behaviour because I don't believe that's true of the men who do speak that way.
"It's got to stop; you've got to have respect for women, behind closed doors, around women and around men."
The former playmate was in the UK to deliver a series of talks alongside American orthodox Rabbi, Shmuley Boteach on the consequences of exposure to pornography.
Entitled 'Take The Pledge', the campaign urges people to swear off porn arguing it can have a "corrosive effect on a man's soul and on his ability to function as husband and by extension, as father".
Anderson told the student society she is "afraid that the world might forget how to make love".
"It is not fine to be slapped, called a whore and spat on - it's sick, it's hurtful, it's demeaning and it's terrible, terrible sex," she said.
Anderson and Boteach recently co-wrote an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal in which they quoted data from the American Psychological Association and described the statistics surrounding porn uses as “terrifying”.
In the piece they wrote that “porn consumption rates are between 50% and 99% among men and 30% to 86% among women.
"This is a public hazard of unprecedented seriousness given how freely available, anonymously accessible and easily disseminated pornography is nowadays," they wrote.
They said the younger generation are being "raised in an environment of wall-to-wall, digitised sexual images" and becoming adults "inured to intimacy and in need of even greater graphic stimulation. They are the crack babies of porn".
The article encourages 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 healthy sexuality".
Anderson is working on a book entitled The Sensual Revolution about the increasing disconnection between sensuality and sexuality.