Pamela Anderson wants her 18-year-old son Dylan Lee to think old school when it comes to dating.
In other words: stay off the dating apps when it comes to meeting a mate.
"I tell him not to do those stupid [dating] apps, which he doesn't, thank God," the former Playboy model told Us Weekly. "I tell him, 'Just meet somebody on the street and get a connection.' It's human contact."
The male model (he's the face for Saint Laurent) is adhering to mom's advice, too, saying he has no interest in Tinder or Bumble or any app of that nature.
"I don't use those! I'm a lover," he said.
Pam isn't shy about disseminating her thoughts on dating and sexuality. Earlier this month, the former "Baywatch" star penned an op-ed describing pornography as "a public hazard."
"We must educate ourselves and our children to understand that porn is for losers," Pam, who once famously made a sex tape with her ex-husband Tommy Lee, wrote in the essay. "A boring, wasteful and dead-end outlet for people too lazy to reap the ample rewards of healthy sexuality."
In speaking to Us, she said, "I really want to start a sensual revolution instead of a sexual revolution, that's more about compassion. I really believe in relationships and being in love and having great sexual experiences and just sensuality."
While the boys are surely making a name for themselves now, Pamela opened up on "Today" in September 2015 about wanting to raise them out of the spotlight.
"They're gonna make their own choices for the the rest of their lives, and it wouldn't be their own choice if we were dragging them down red carpets."
"I say, 'You're gorgeous, you're talented, you got that down, [now] let's work on humbleness, let's work on, you know, education," she said. "...But they're genetically loaded. They're perfect gentlemen considering the gene pool."
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