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  • Meg Ehman

    break the rules

  • Jessica Silvia

    Let's bring back the old days

  • Joanne Ellis

    "she mustn't swoon" television taboos, 1949. TV had a lot of behavior taboos early on - like this, swooning, open mouth kissing, only twin beds, couldn't say pregnant, etc. Sometimes it would be nice if there were a few taboos in movies and TV today. Drama and reality is good, but sometimes it can get to be too real. nana

  • Jessie Schaaf

    1949 "It's a Wonderful Life" racey scene

  • Katie Watson

    "she mustn't swoon" television taboos, 1949 That sounds like a kiss with no feeling.

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