“Be Real. Be Ready.” is a comprehensive relationship and sexuality curriculum for high school students. It is:

  • Science-informed
  • Skills-based
  • LGBTQ-inclusive
  • Medically accurate

In addition to increasing students’ knowledge and skills, the curriculum connects students to health services in their community.

The curriculum was created by the Adolescent Health Working Group, SFUSD teachers, and the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Files
BRBR – Lesson 1 – Introduction and Wellness Center/Clinic Tour
BRBR – Lesson 2 – Communication & Dating
BRBR – Lesson 3 – Human Sexuality
BRBR – Lesson 4 – Sexuality: Sex, Gender, & Orientation
BRBR – Lesson 5 – Sexuality: Influences, Expression, & Our Health (part 1)
BRBR – Lesson 6 – Sexuality: Influences, Expression, & Our Health (part 2)
BRBR – Lesson 7 – Privilege, Oppression, & Being an Ally
BRBR – Lesson 8 – Expect Respect (part 1)
BRBR – Lesson 9 – Healthy Relationship (An Extension or Alternative)
BRBR – Lesson 10 – Expect Respect (part 2)
BRBR – Lesson 11 – Rules, Roles, & Relationships (An Extension or Alternative)
BRBR – Lesson 12 – Anatomy & Physiology (Part 1) – Puberty, Hygiene, & Male Bodies
BRBR – Lesson 13 – Anatomy & Physiology (Part 2) – Female Bodies & Sexual Response
BRBR – Lesson 14 – Menstruation, Conception, Pregnancy, & Birth
BRBR – Lesson 15 – Youth Health Rights
BRBR – Lesson 16 – Birth Control
BRBR – Lesson 17 – Teen Parenting & Awareness
BRBR – Lesson 18 – Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
BRBR – Lesson 19 – Safer Sex: Barriers & Lube
BRBR – Lesson 20 – HIV & AIDS
BRBR – Lesson 21 – Addressing Myths & Stereotypes Regarding People Living with HIV
BRBR – Lesson 22 – Addressing Myths & Stereotypes Regarding People Living with HIV (An Extension or Alternative)
BRBR – Lesson 23 – Online Sexual Health Resources
BRBR – Lesson 24 – Sexual Decision Making
BRBR – Lesson 25 – Human Trafficking
BRBR – Lesson 26 – Sex Trafficking