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Flapper Culture Became the First Generation of the Sexually Progressive Woman

In the 1920s, an independent woman was born

1920’s flappers dancing and enjoying life. source: Google sites.

The ending of the First World War gave way to an economic boom in the United States. People were moving to cities. Modern technology invented kitchen appliances such as refrigerators, telephones, radios, and cars. Women were allowed to vote, drive, live alone in…




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