Find Your Disney Prince Prom Date Does Your Crush Like You As More of a Friend?
When we work with primary sources (that is, materials created during the time period that we are studying--for this course, between 19) we are likely to encounter language and concepts that are uncomfortable and/or considered now to be offensive. It is important that we understand that these words and concepts are part of history.
After asking a girl to a dance, and her rejecting him because “everybody knows” he’s going steady with her friend, he thinks to himself: “Going steady?
In one scene, two guys watch a young woman pass, ogle her, and say “Boy, does she got personality.” All that’s lacking is a suggestive cupping of the hands over his chest. This was a special Father’s Day show where Groucho was given the chance to interview the bachelor contestants to find a suitable partner for his daughter, Melinda.
Finishing up the program will be the entirety of the notorious 1964 paranoia-bomb THE CHILD MOLESTER, a PSA so dark and foreboding that it seems equally inappropriate for children, teens, parents and even child molesters.
This edit switches between the two liberally, providing an interesting look at how the same piece of undeniably dated writing is manifest in two markedly different eras.
': Documenting the History of Dating in American Culture, 1940-1990," including changes meant to be included in the next version of the course (Fall 2018, pending notification).
Bugs Bunny has a date with Lola Bunny, but her overprotective dad tries to find a way to get rid of him.
But if we think we have it bad now, take a stroll a few decades back and you’ll actually be thankful for your grandma’s “don’t kiss on the first date” warnings.
Below, a bunch of outdated bits of dating advice that will (hopefully) make you feel a little better about the current state of (dating) affairs.
Compliment him on his physical prowess, his mental acumen, his good looks, his virility. It talks about how girls should be fun and attractive and appreciate boys and it is wonderful. “Never wear earrings” Obviously things were a little different when this item was published in 1912.
This is a modified version of the course guide for the Fall 2016 version of HON 1000: ' Going Steady?