She’s not a mom, but she recently played one in The Mighty. And last spring after she told a British mag that she and her new hubby “make love every single moment we get a chance,” rumors flew that she was preggers. She denied that she was with child, but on a World AIDS Day panel about youth and HIV at the UN, AmFAR chair Sharon Stone shared some basic (maternal) instincts:

“No matter how much we guide our children within our families, our churches and within our schools, we are not stronger than the power of sexuality—particularly to a teenager. I believe that if you truly, truly love your children, you need to supply condoms in a place in your home, at a quantity that makes it a nonjudgmental situation for them to have them. I mean, put 200 condoms in a box someplace in the house where everybody isn’t all the time, so that your kids can take them. If they want to make water balloons out of them, great. If they want to carry them so they feel tough, great. If they want to give them to their friends, even better.”

OK, mama Stone, we’re up for adoption!