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As phenomenal as the advice “Prudence” gives to the neighbor who might report two teens having sex is the final story on the Dear Prudence page, which I originally missed. Prudence — Emily Yoffe — wrote it after advising a grown reader that playing doctor as a kid is not something to look back on in adulthood and re-cast as shameful or even a “sexual assault.” My children would have been approximately ages 6 and 4 (we never were able to determine this exactly; they may have been slightly older or younger) when it happened—there was some showing of parts to each other.
She has performed vocal and instrumental music at historic sites and museums throughout New York State, and for over 20 years directed historic music programs at The Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown, NY.
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When Emily Rankin’s college friend Dorry Scribner comes for a visit, things do not proceed as usual at Cherry Hill.
Dorry is a suffragist, and the Rankins are not so sure woman suffrage is a good idea.
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