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Girls knew that as much as they liked a boy, they should not permit a kiss on the first date.It certainly wouldn’t do to let the boy know you were interested. Unlike today, there were many organised activities enabling boys and girls to meet and mix with potential dates in a safe and supportive environment.If Sunday youth club had gone well a girl would sit waiting near the phone all week, hoping the boy of her choice would call.
In the first decade of the twentieth century, men "called upon" young women whom they fancied by (with the permission of her parents) visiting her home.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.Because I went to a girls’ school, one of my favourite events was a Sunday afternoon youth club.He was expected to pay for the movie tickets and any after movie refreshments.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.
The two would spend time together, usually with the supervision of her parents so that they may get to know each other on an intellectual and emotional level.