Pamela Anderson Talks Politics, ‘Special Relationship’ With Julian Assange, in New Poem
Yesterday, Pamela Anderson posted a poem to her website that’s part political, part romantic, and pretty bizarre. It’s called “I Like How You Resist Me,” and in it she offers advice to President Donald Trump, British Prime Minister Theresa May, and discusses the relationship between the United States and the U.K.
She begins by saying, “I may have some advice for Trump and May on special relationships- / based on my own special relationship with Julian Assange,” who she’s rumored to be dating, though the two haven’t confirmed it. Throughout the poem, she mentions Assange, saying that he’s “Illegally detained,” and that he is “Trying to help.”
The whole poem is meant to talk about politics and policy in a romantic way, and she pretty much gets right to it, suggesting at one point that France, the United States, and the United Kingdom all get together for a “threesome.”
Anderson also talks about war, and says that “Subordinating safety and human rights to the profit motives of arms exporters is not strong, or sexy.” To be fair, she’s right about that. Finally, she says her “compass lays” in “love and compassion,” and she ends the poem by saying, she will stay “relentlessly engaged / like it or not.”
Basically, you need to read it. Head over to her website for the poem in its entirety.
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