In Mississippi, Sex Ed. teachers aren't allowed to teach kids about condoms. In fact, they're required by law to "stress" abstinence, and are prohibited from "any demonstration of how condoms or other contraceptives are applied."

That makes it hard for teachers to teach kids about safe sex, but of course they want kids to be safe. Especially when 76 percent of teenagers in the state have admitted to having sex before leaving high school, and they have one of the highest teenage pregnancy rates in the county. So, one teacher decided to get creative. And used a sock(?).

In the description of a video posted to YouTube in 2012 by Sanford Johnson, he explains,

Mississippi's new sex education law prevents teachers from showing teens how to use condoms. However, they CAN show kids how to protect their feet through correct and consistent sock use.

This guy is my new hero.

He left out the part where you should check to make sure your sock doesn't have any holes in it, though.