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  • Puberty is not the watershed everyone seems to think of it as – it's a process that can take years, not months, so there's no reason to act as though a girl wearing a training bra should immediately put away her Barbies.

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  • Diane Brown, known as The Puberty Lady to hundreds of students, shows a life-size latex model of a uterus that she uses at schools she visits in Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford counties.

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  • Courtney Tremblay talks about what she learned from Diane Brown, known as The Puberty Lady, in her fifth grade classroom at Hartford-Sumner Elementary School recently.

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  • SUMNER - Diane Brown is known as The Puberty Lady.

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  • Interestingly, the headline to the CNN story reports it as, "Evangelist: 'Puberty' is age of sexual consent."

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  • In the first are some of the classic 19th-century Expressionist paintings that established the artist's fame, such as "The Sick Child" (1896), "The Kiss" (1897), "Vampire" (1893) and "Puberty" (1894-5).

    A Thoroughly Modern Munch

  • His deep sense of empathy, borne out of a hardscrabble life—strikingly present in a painting like "Puberty," which depicts a young girl sitting naked and forlorn on a bed—enabled him to physically capture emotions like anguish, terror and sadness.

    A Thoroughly Modern Munch

  • Munch Museum / Munch-Ellingsen Group / BONO 2011 'Puberty' (1914-16) The Paris exhibition, which comprises nearly 140 works Munch made across different artistic media (the majority coming from the Munch Museum and the National Museum in Oslo), begins with a scratchy black-and-white home movie.

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  • Vampire (1893) and Puberty (1894-5) open the Pompidou exhibition.

    David Galenson: Edvard Munch and Personal Art

  • Vampire (1893) and Puberty (1894-5) open the Pompidou exhibition.

    David Galenson: Edvard Munch and Personal Art

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