UNIT 4 - In the 1920s Flappers are women who listen to Jazz music and dance like the Charleston. Flappers also wear short and sleeve less dresses and a lot of makeup on the faces, flippers with short hair. Flappers also drink alcohol and also some cigarettes. The Flappers also changed the fashion in the 1920s.
"In the 1920s, many Americans found the flapper incredibly threatening. Flappers represented a new moral order. Although they were the daughters of the middle class, they flouted middle-class values. They shrugged off their chaperones. Worse still, they danced suggestively and openly flirted with boys. Flappers prized style over substance, novelty over tradition, and pleasure over virtue."