Positive Prevention Plus Curriculum
Positive Prevention Plus 2018 version curriculum excerpts.
- “Designate a bulletin board or area of the room for websites, helplines, phone numbers, and addresses of agencies which provide reproductive-related services” (p.2).
- “…references to ‘sexual contact’ include vaginal, oral, digital, and anal sex as well…” NOTE: Digital sexual contact involves the insertion of the finger(s) into vagina or anus. (p. 7).
- “When reviewing teensource.org and familypact.org websites, emphasize that in California, minors of any age can access free and confidential reproductive services without parental consent (including pregnancy, contraception and abortion-related services); minors age 12 and over can also access STI diagnosis and treatment services without parental consent” (p. 8).
- NOTE: The usage of LGBTQ+ throughout this document is intended to represent an inclusive and every-changing spectrum and understanding of identities. (p. 9).
- Gender Expansive: Refers to wider, more flexible range of gender identities and expressions than those typically associated with the binary gender system. (p. 10)
- Remind students that gender expression, gender identity, and sexual orientation vary with each individual. (p. 10).
- Activity: Imagining a Different Gender Display the slide listing a variety of gender identities and sexual orientations. Direct students to silently select a term which DOES NOT APPLY TO THEM at this point in their life. (p. 10).
- “Remind students that naked genital-to-genital contact, while technically abstaining from insertive anal/oral/digital/vaginal sex, can still transmit STIs” (p. 179).
- Students are asked, “What is Plan B?” It goes on to explain how Plan B, or the morning after pill “works best when started right away, and no later than 3-5 days after unprotected sex” (p. 181).
- Question: Gender role, gender identity, and sexual orientation vary with each individual. Answer: True (p.383).