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If this happened, of course, the family knew who the child’s father was, and a marriage was often secured immediately to save the daughter’s reputation.In Tudor England’s lower economic classes in particular, premarital sex was less of a social issue; simple contracts signed by the betrothed fathers, along with the town’s general acceptance of the union, was usually enough to officiate marriage.

“I thought we were just going to the movies as friends.” The date was fine up until the final 10 minutes.It was during one of the final action-packed scenes that things began to go south.For English teacher Jordan Wells, a friendly night out with a co-worker became a date she had not intended to go on.“I didn’t really realize it was a date,” Wells said.Others believe its use as a legitimate marriage bolster originated from the story of Boaz and Ruth in Judeo-Christian religious texts, as social historian Yochi Fischer-Yinon described in his article in 1969 described a student group called “The Society to Bring Back Bundling”, and according to Fischer-Yinon, bundling was seen as “a nostalgic attempt to provide a warm, safe and ‘decent’ alternative to the sexual encounters of young couples taking place in parked cars or deserted places.” But bundling was a more revolutionary approach to love than it looks to modern couples.

Historian Lucy Worsley points out that bundling “was a step along the way towards your spouse being a matter of personal choice rather than someone picked out for you by your parents.” Bundling meant that the virtues of the young couple were maintained, but they could experiment with one another, talk late into the night, and learn what it would be like to spend hours with just one person, waking up next to them in the morning. probably don’t mourn the loss, preferring to find their true loves sans bag and board—but for those of you who wish to get back to the good old days of dating, you could always give this style of authentic courtship a try.

When two teens were interested in one another, if both sets of parents approved, the girl’s parents invited the boy to the home, often on Saturday nights, and bundling process began.

The bundling bag, a readily available, makeshift chastity device, was normally tied around the lower half of the girl’s body, though some accounts claim that each young person was placed into a bundling bag up to their necks, if possible.

If you are anything like me, you’ve been on your fair share of awkward dates. All of those things have gone through your head at one thought or another.

Whether it’s your fault or hers, sometimes it’s just not meant to be. Imagine for a second then, if it’s awkward for you, how awkward it would be for your waiter or waitress.

In the 19th century, Henry Reed Stiles writes in his history of Connecticut that bundling “sapped the fountain of morality and tarnished the escutcheons of thousands of families,” though in Holland, where a similar practice was called “queesting”, it was hardly ever abused.