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These re-invented men and women enjoyed themselves by going to speakeasies to smoke fags and getting drunk from drinking tons of moonshine ......
Ater years of extreme inequality, women wer granted franchise in Canada by 1917. The 1920s was a era where women felt free to break the rules.
They also went to Jazz Clubs where they heard the most popular Jazz club tunes and danced the Charleston and Black Bottom..
She beacame known as a Flapper. She was called a Flapper because.....well..... Her dress flapped when she walke because of her newly reinvented wardrobe.
Now that I'm all dolled up, I'm digging this flashy look.
Men's fashion also went through a change. They're suits went once ill-fitting, atrocious suits to more luxurious, rich looking fabric that fit them just right.
My,my. That doll is quite fried
Thanks for the hooch, Rob.
However the parents of the flapper girls were against this new culture. They were petrified by the revealing dresses their daughters wore,activities they participated ESPECIALLY the dances (Can't blame then though, theyre from a WHOLE different era).
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