The custom of dating in the 1920s
Singles and couples frequented jazz clubs, movie houses and speakeasies.
Exuberant dancing filled nights at jazz halls, and popular movies that continued to become more sexually "expressive" drew young people to the movie theaters.
The development of the movie theater, the radio and nightclubs changed popular culture forever -- and created new and exciting things to do.
Whatever their views, beliefs and situations, women in the 1920s were all effected by the rise of Consumerism in America and were influenced by mass advertising campaigns via magazines, newspapers, the radio and the movies.
The Roaring Twenties heralded a period of prosperity for many and access to electricity provided American women with the power required to run new labor saving appliances and enjoy the new inventions and innovations of the period. The roles of Women in the 1920s varied considerably.
By the 1920s, many young people left home to live -- and date -- independently in the city.
As the system evolved, casual dating became the norm and mingling between the classes became more common. Without parental interference or supervision, dating choices were less affected by wealth and notoriety and more influenced by personal characteristics and qualities.