Are you a 1940's Teen?

Charlie Nahrwold

What would I do?

If I was a teen living from 1946-1952 and I could not fit the mold it would make it very hard for me to do very basic things. If I did not dress or have the same hair cut because I did not want to look like that, I would stand out from all of the other kids making it hard for me to have friends or fit in. I would eventually become pretty upset that I didn't fit in and would maybe cut my hair or change my clothing style. The worst part about all of this would be that no one would be able to help me. This is because back then if you were different you were considered an outsider, which made it impossible for you to get help because unless you changed who you were nothing would change.