Embraced Victorian morality
Rejected the notion of suffrage.
Rejected Victorian morality.
Began to prefer more modest fashions.
It made life easier for rural women.
It made life easier for working women.
It made it harder for women to be housewives.
It made life easier for urban women.
Not all women wanted to be flappers, but many wanted to challenge political, economic, social, and educational boundaries.
Women of the 1920s believed that they did not have the same social and political rights as men.
Women had difficulty finding white-collar jobs such as telephone operators.
During the decade women still tended to marry young and have numerous children.
Women of the Victorian Age
Women entering the workforce during the 1920s
New Women known as flappers
None of the above