For the first time, cars made it possible for couples to travel to date destinations alone.
Singles and couples frequented jazz clubs, movie houses and speakeasies.
As young adults rebelled against strict, Victorian era moral codes, the interaction between the sexes dramatically changed.
It was during the '20s that the term "dating" was coined by young singles who were interested in relationships that were defined differently.
Supposedly, we're constantly buried in our apps, we barely interact in person, and when we do, it's just for casual hookups.
Hell, we've even been credited with ushering in an actual dating apocalypse.
And despite fearmongering about our generation's penchant for empty promiscuity, we're actually 40 percent more likely to believe emotional intimacy enhances sex.4.
Increased interest in reproductive control, paired with more effective contraceptive caps and suppositories, gave women increased control of their own sexuality.This is especially true for millennials: Fifty-seven percent more millennials than people of other generations have created profiles, and 75 percent more than baby boomers have gone out with someone they met online.