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Transcript of The Flappers
of the 1920s
Flappers wore lipstick, drew dark circles around their eyes, and had a bobbed haircut.
Types of Music and How They Danced
Flappers listened to many kinds of music such as jazz and blues. They would swing their arms, kick their legs, and shake their hips and shoulders. A couple of the more popular dances were the Charleston and the Black Bottom. They also danced the shimmy.
They wore short skirts,
rolled down stockings,
and low-cut dresses.
The era of the Flappers began in 1920 and ended in 1929.
Women began to smoke, drink, and drive like the men did before them.
The Era of the Flappers
They were between the ages and 15-25.
Women craved independence, equality, and wanted to be loved for who they really were, not the "ideal image of womanhood".
Gourley, Catherine "Flappers And The New American Woman" Twenty-first Century Books Minneapolis, 2008
Defined by their looks.
Emily L. and Hannah S.