Flappers and the Liberation of Women Thesis: Flappers brought cultural unity to the 1920's by embracing a rebel lifestyle that brought women out of the kitchen to intergrate amongst men. Their social lifestyle created a atmosphere for men and women to bond on levels other than man and wife.The flappers are like the clubbers of today, they live for the nightlife and embrace anything (or anyone) that is thrown at them and they just enjoy life.

Flappers were a "new breed" of young women in the 1920's who flaunted their disdain for the social norm. They bobbed their hair, listened to jazz, smoked, drank, and wore excessive makeup. They went to parties, were giddy and loud, and danced (ALOT).
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The term flappers came around after world war I. When most of the young men were killed in the war, a whole generation of young women were left without possible suitors.

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Instead of waiting around to be proposed to, the young women decided that they would enjoy life by breaking away from traditional values.
The flapper style led to liberation of women also. Women were no longer expected to stay at home, they were socially persuaded to be rebels.

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The flapper women brought people out to parties, numerous social events, and made night clubs popular. These women made Americans bond over drinks, shows, and music. They created the perfect atmosphere for fun and lightheartedness. They brought everyone to reunite at parties and clubs after the war.