Dating from lower class protocol
According to historian and University of Kansas professor Beth Bailey, the word "date" was first used in the late 1800s in lower-class communities to signify an act of prostitution.By the time the word made it into middle-class usage in the early 20th century, dating began to look a lot more like it does now: two people doing some sort of activity together with the possibility of a romantic outcome.
In the 1920s and ‘30s, the concept of "dating and rating" — in which a woman's popularity, or rating, was determined by the amount of dates she had and the quality of men they were with — took hold on college campuses.When it comes to relationships, we all have lines that must not be crossed.There are several offenses that are early signs of a doomed date.I recently posted a question on my Protocol School of Texas Facebook page, asking readers about their number one dating deal breaker.
Both men and women shared dating experiences from the comical to the downright rude on both my page and by email.
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