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The Flapper, 1920s

Flappers were known for his or her bobbed hair, shortened dresses and “scandalous” behavior like smoking publicly and driving cars. Flappers rarely wore corsets, downplaying their br-=@$ts and waists, and sometimes showed their ankles or knees.

In 1920, a teacher named R. Murray-Leslie described flappers as “the social butterfly type… the frivolous, scantily-clad, jazzing flapper, irresponsible and undisciplined, to whom a dance, a new hat, or a person with a car, were of more importance than the fate of countries .”

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