"Do as I say, not as I do," said a pregnant Holly Madison unto her unborn baby. The former 'Girls Next Door' reality star (who was once Hugh Hefner's favorite shiny toy) said she doesn't ever want her daughter to pose for Playboy.

Standards. She has them now.

The expectant mother told In Touch, “I don’t think people are treated with respect in that environment." Because after boobs, "respect" is the second thing for which Playboy is best known.

Madison continued, "I’m from a small town and you grow up seeing people like Jenny McCarthy or Pamela Anderson, who made it big after doing Playboy. You think it’s this glamorous thing until you realize how much you’re judged for it.”

Poor Holly. There she was, a small town girl with big city dreams of a well-respected career taking her clothes off for money, and then she had to put up with the gropings of an old man who happened to also be her boss. How could things have gone so horribly wrong?

“Luckily kids don’t want to be like their parents, so I don’t think she’ll see anything cool or rebellious about posing for Playboy,” Madison added. “I’m down for whatever direction in life she wants to go but I think she can do better.”

Like maybe doing all those naked photos in black and white instead. We hear that's super classy.