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Paper Magazine, Pamela Anderson

Courtesy of PAPER/Photos by Vijat Mohindra

Pamela Anderson is baring it all for a cause dear to her heart. 

The star and outspoken animal rights activist has teamed up with Amélie Pichard on a brand-new, vegan shoe line, which she models in a photo spread for Paper magazine.

Channeling her inner retro glam, Anderson strikes a few playful poses in nothing but a voluminous brunette wig and pair of white heels. As for her makeup, the 48-year-old bombshell opts for a noticeably dramatic look complete with dark eyelashes and thick liner. 

Just as she's never been afraid to pose naked, Anderson also gets quite candid when discussing her charity work. Dishing to the mag, the actress says she prefers activism to anything fame related.

Paper Magazine, Pamela Anderson

Courtesy of PAPER/Photos by Vijat Mohindra

"Vegan compassion is sexy," she says, adding, "I'm not the designer. Celebrities are not designers. I don't like the word 'celebrity,' since people can be famous for no good reason in this social media culture. Activism is fun."

Anderson maintains it's "hard to be glamorous" in an increasingly digital world, and wants to encourage people to take a stand on issues they care about by searching "for the truth."

"Politicians are telling us it's OK," she continued. "Media prints what politicians say. It's not OK. We have to take charge, demonstrate. Act up! Beware people that repeat themselves over and over. It is a brainwashing trick used by Hitler."

Paper Magazine, Pamela Anderson

Courtesy of PAPER/Photos by Vijat Mohindra

Despite any prior reservations, Anderson is certain she's never been happier thanks to a big reveal that's even more shocking than her naked bod!

"It's very freeing to still be able to be myself. What a relief. And, to have my kids' approval, respect and love is all I need. I even have a man in my life that gets me like never before. That is everything!" she gushed.

While it remains unclear as to just who the lucky guy is, Anderson seems totally head over heels.

As for any advice Pam hopes to bestow on her fans? "We must change to a green economy, and things will get better. More equality," Anderson mused. 

Paper Magazine, Pamela Anderson

Courtesy of PAPER/Photos by Vijat Mohindra

For more from Pamela, check out the current issue of Paper on newsstands now.