Stereotypes Of Women And Flappers In The 1920's

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In the 1920's also known as the Roaring 20’s is a time period of change. Technology became easier and people’s rights were fixed. Some changes were good and some were bad. One of these changes was Women and Flappers. The other was Prohibition but there were many more.

Women and Flappers had a lot of change in the 1920’s. One example is in Doc 1 it says” the flapper, according to stereotypes, is a young woman who wears short & loose dresses, uses make-up, smokes and drinks alcohol, and attends many different glamorous dance parties.” This shows that flappers used to wear many “scandalous” things. It is evident that women were stereotyped as housewives. As for Women, An example in Doc 2 says “ The right of citizens of the United States to vote

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