In the 1950′s amid the social, political and economic changes occurring youth culture experienced a revolution of sorts. What it meant to be a teen and the activities that defined teen culture drastically changed from the past times of previous generations. With the debut of rock and roll and influential artists, teens were boppin’ and swingin’ their hips more than ever before. The music brought with it a culture of rebellion. Never before were the wholesome teens exposed to sex and drugs. The exposure frightened many especially those concerned with the moral decay of society.