TV presenter Gail Porter, who posed nude for a glossy men's magazine, is fronting Britain's latest safe sex campaign.
But last night moral campaigners attacked the decision to use a children's presenter for the role.
Edinburgh-born Gail, star of the BBC's Fully Booked show for young children, claimed she was chosen for the campaign because it is so long since she had sex.
Last night Gail, 27, joked: "Safe sex? You can't get much safer than that. Just don't do it."
She will front the promotion along with another popular TV presenter, Jamie Theakston.
Gail faced a storm of protest from parents who questioned whether she was a suitable role …