Dating in the late 1950s
Dating has changed over the last decades and so do dating guides and the (sometimes unwritten) doe’s and don’ts of dating.Today, we literally “place an order for a perfect partner” online, deciding by ourselves which rules to follow and which not.When asked to imagine this lost group, images of bobbysoxers, letterman jackets, malt shops and sock hops come instantly to mind.
Towards the late 1940s, marriage rates, most notably in America, reached peak levels. As author Beth Bailey notes in her book , “…the average age at marriage plummeted.The young people observed curfews and said goodnight at the front door. Children begin dating in junior high school, and many youngsters have steady girlfriends or boyfriends. Today, teenagers have more independence in all aspects of dating.The younger couples may be escorted by their parents, but as soon as they are in high school, couples rebel at the idea of being chaperoned. 2) Do you agree that today's teenagers exercise more freedom in dating than the teenagers of the seventies? Dutch treat dating is acceptable and because of the teens' limited finances, it occurs quite frequently. From strict rules back then, to deciding which online dating site is the best for you today.