The beautiful Brazilian bombshell shows her inner beauty in defending a women's right to choose.
After Pope BeneDick came to Brazil to affirm the Catholic church doctrine of opposition to abortion, contraception, and sex outside marriage, Gisele came to remind everyone that this doctrine was made centuries ago when women were expected to be virgins.
"Today no one is a virgin when they get married ... show me someone who's a virgin!" she said.
Concerning abortion rights, my lady speaks: "If she thinks she doesn't have the money or the emotional condition to raise a child, why should she give birth?"
She also defends condom use, by the rationale that its more important to avoid deadly diseases than to satisfy the unrealistic expectations of the church.
I should also note that BeneDick and his pedophiliac Vatican "saints" don't speak for the real diversity among Catholics around the world. In fact, the Vatican is desparate to cover up the most inconvenient truth of all: that there is a thriving pro-choice Catholic community, if only you know where to look.
Here's a start.