Despite sex ed being proven to prevent teen pregnancy more than abstinence-only education, the state of Mississippi decided to impose a sex education ban in 2011. The ban includes condom demonstrations. But one person found a hilarious loophole.
In a 2012 video titled "How to Put On a Sock," former teacher and Deputy Director of Mississippi First Sanford Johnson demonstrates how to put on a sock. But his techniques look eerily similar to the way people should wear condoms, and with good reason.
A 2002 study found that with sex education, teens were 60 percent less likely to get pregnant — a number too large for an educator like Johnson to ignore.
Your move, Mississippi.