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Why did the women in the 50s sitcoms act so surprised when they found out they were going to have a baby.
They would go around with some dumb look on their faces and wondered how it happened - they knew what they did in every room in the house. [image=][image=]
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Mar 16, 2019
rjc36 · 51-55, M
I believe in those days it was not excitable for network shows to acknowledge the act of sexual interaction.
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because they were sleeping in twin beds?
MartinTheFirst · 18-21, M
DonaldTrumpet · 70-79, M
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in10RjFox · M
That's more like reaction for getting spanked ..
bowman81 · 61-69, M
Didn't you know virgin births were quite popular in the 50's....kind of like spontaneous babies. 😂
kayle · 70-79, M
The 1950s was a very prudish time. They couldn't show married people in the same bed. And they couldn't say "pregnant"- they would say "expecting". US TV is still very prudish about nudity.
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