The promiscuous woman
what flappers do
- A woman who drank, smoked, danced, and voted
- known for taking risks and being giddy
- Term "flappers" appeared after WWI meaning "lovely, expensive, and about nineteen"
- Flappers had an image with an attitude
- They are young women who were "sexually free"
- flappers were northern, single women.
- They typically wore short dresses.
- They had no care for men or husbands.
- Known for heavily wearing make-up.
- flappers were known as free willed women.
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