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50 years ago, she was proud to be one of the last Browns cheerleaders. Not anymore.

I felt safe at every game and trusted the organization to act in our best interest. Upon reflection, I now see that the so-called protection my fellow cheerleaders and I counted on was an illusion.

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The invasion of the bachelorette party

An op-ed on how bachelorette parties in Provincetown have disrupted safe spaces for LGBTQ+ people generated much debate among BostonGlobe.com readers. Here is an edited sample of the more than 570 comments that were posted.

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Harvesting horseshoe crabs for their blue blood has readers seeing red

Why? Horseshoe blood is a $500 billion dollar industry.

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Turning 74, but happily immature all his life

Life is a game of chance that I happily play. Everything in moderation, including moderation.

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With smartphone ban, Mass. school might just put its finger on a new approach

A curated sample of the many comments readers posted about the new policy at the Buxton School in Williamstown.

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She has a line or two on fly-fishing

The advice I got, and think of when I’m getting skunked, is "That’s why they call it fishing and not catching."

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Pediatrician’s parting note to parents: Set your phone aside — you’re missing out

Usually, when I enter the room, the parent, child, or both are looking down at their phones. Parents, you have a captive audience.

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Another Austen adaptation, another Lizzy Bennet clone

I believe Netflix has fallen prey to the fallacy that all Austen heroines must be Elizabeth Bennet, and missed an opportunity to connect with a broader viewing audience in the new adaptation of "Persuasion."