VIDEO: Montana State University set to host ‘Latex and Lace Condom Fashion Show’

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  • Students will don costumes made out of condoms to educate peers about sexual health
  • According to report, 1,300 students and faculty set to participate in event
  • Contestants compete to win titles such as 'Most Safe and Sexy,' 'Most Creative,' 'Best Strut and Swagger'
  • Montana State University (MSU) is set to host the fifth annual “Latex and Lace Condom Fashion Show” early next month, where students will don condom themed outfits and compete for six different awards.

    The Daily Caller reports will be held on February 7 and kicks off Sexual Health Awareness Month.

    [WATCH] Check out a video of the 2013 condom fashion show


    According to the Facebook event description, the show intends to “start the conversation about safe and healthy sexuality.”

    “How we provide the educational side of the show, is we have slide shows that have educational information about all aspects of sexual heath along with some fun and funny facts as well. Our main goals (sic) is to educate everyone in way that people want to learn more about this information,” said Alsberg.   

    Five judges will select six winners from among 30 contestants for the categories “Most Safe and Sexy,” “Most Wearable,” “Most Colorful,” “Most Creative”,” Best Strut and Swagger” and the “Academy Award (best hair and makeup).”

    According to the Caller’s report, the contestants will walk the runway in front of 1,300 students and faculty. The event receives funding from MSU Health Promotion as well as private donations.

    MSU student Ashlyn Alsberg, who is helping organize the event, told the Caller in an email the event is meant to help students “learn about sexual health in a very interactive and fun way."

    “How we provide the educational side of the show, is we have slide shows that have educational information about all aspects of sexual heath along with some fun and funny facts as well. Our main goals (sic) is to educate everyone in way that people want to learn more about this information,” she said.

    H/T: Students for Life of America

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