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Advice on dating has always been a little obvious, but this dating guide for single women from 1938 takes it to another level.
Anna Randal for Art-Sheep I don’t want to see any of you complaining about the stupid advice your best friend gave you or the latest anti-feminist rulebook a women’s magazine featured on its latest issue.“If you must be awake, seem to be glad he came home early.He’ll probably think you an idiot; but that’s inevitable anyway.” Another article suggests that women should never complain.“Nothing destroys the happiness of married life more than the lazy, slovenly wife,” she adds.
In the Sunderland Echo in 1893, an expert advises that a wife could have the looks of “Helen of Troy and the intellect of Minerva, the goddess of wisdom” but without “tact” it means nothing.
“It is a woman who possesses more tact than love who retains the devotion of a man,” it adds.