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How was the changing image of women during the 1920s symbolized?



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L. Hawkes

L. Hawkes

L. Hawkes
L. Hawkes, Teacher, Memphis

Answered Jun 28, 2018

The changing image of women in the 1920’s is symbolized by the popularity of their flapper and their dress styles. It was in the 1920’s when women started working and earning their own money. They were also allowed to vote. This was a privilege that was not given to women in the past.

It was in the 1920’s when women started to become sexually liberated. From then on, women are said to be equal to men but all over the world, there are still women who feel discriminated because of their gender. There are still some men who think that they are far more superior than women. Hopefully, this is something that can be fixed soon.

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John Smith

John Smith

John Smith
John Smith

Answered Mar 21, 2017

Popularity of the flappers and their style of dress
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