Consequently, Gisele Bundchen has publicly criticized the Roman Catholic Church for its "outdated" view on contraception.
The Brazilian model - who previously dated Leonardo DiCaprio - believes the church should change its views because "no one is a virgin" anymore and contraception is necessary to stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
It's hard to argue that point. Although it could be too late for Lindsay Lohan.
Gisele told Brazil's Folha de S. Paulo newspaper: "Their view of contraception is out of date because it was adopted when the women were virgins, the guys were virgins. Today, no one is a virgin when they get married."
"To prohibit condoms is ridiculous, just think of all the diseases transmitted without them. How is it possible to not want people to use condoms and also not have abortions? It's impossible, I'm sorry."
Somewhere (probably from behind a nude Whitney Houston), Ray J is thanking Gisele for these comments. It's like she's helping him sell Trojans.
Bundchen's comments come less than a month after Pope Benedict XVI criticized government-sanctioned abortion laws and birth control during a five-day visit to Brazil, the most highly populated Roman Catholic country in the world.
They also arrive on the heels of her boyfriend, Tom Brady, knocking up his ex, Bridget Moynihan. The All-Pro quarterback could've benefited from these words of wisdom a few months ago.