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Dating like 1960s
He also had to hold open the door of any building they were entering.
He was expected to pay for the movie tickets and any after movie refreshments.
A local band played and we danced the afternoon away.
Youth club was an ideal opportunity to meet others in a supervised environment.
IT was less and less about finding common ground and more and more about checking off a list.
This came to a head in the 80s and has slowly gotten better.
It was not uncommon to DATE several people at once.
Then eventually you would start "going steady" with a person (this usually, in highschool involved "Pinning" or the girl would perhaps start wearing the boy's jacket) It certainly wasn't as innocent as nostalgia would like to paint it but it was a lot less ... With the sexual revolution in the 60s the definition of dating (with the advent of the free love moment) changed becoming synonymous with "going steady" with the pre-going steady phase now called "seeing someone".The boy was expected to call and collect the girl from her home, usually meeting the parents.This must have been quite nerve-wracking for the boy.Because the boy had paid, it was presumed the boy had the right to hold the girl’s hand or put his arm around her during the movies.Girls knew that as much as they liked a boy, they should not permit a kiss on the first date.There were many dating behaviours considered etiquette in those days.If he had a car, the boy had to open the door for the girl.Teenage dating nearly fifty years ago was very different from the social practices of today.Parents were much more aware of whom their children were dating and where they were going. Teenagers met potential dates either at school, church, youth groups, dances, sport clubs, or through their friends.Then finger nails had to be painted and clothes put out ready.Closer to the time of the date make-up had to be applied, this usually taking a long time, as everything had to be exactly right.