Society change within 1920's
As a result of men fighting, women were recruited to do men’s jobs and their status in society. After the war, women had more job opportunities, that helped them to establish financial independence. Also, women were given the right to vote on August 18th 1920. One of the most enduring images of the 1920s is that of the flapper, a young woman with short hair, wearing a knee‐length dress, rolled‐up stockings, and unbuttoned rain boots that flapped when she walked. Many women were flappers or liked to dance jazz to express their freedom and joy. They were seeking attention and the idea of being rebels and reckless. With a new look came new viewpoints and values, including a more open attitude toward premarital sex.