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Okay... I have a love for Flappers, their great fashion, and the over all amazing things they did for women every where - if it were not for Flappers it would not be acceptable for women to wear make-up in public!
I was thinking of devoting a section of my next zine to the history of Flappers and all of the amazingness that surrounds them. They were sexy, fashionable, flirty, hip, and definately pushed beyond the limits of their time.
Would anyone be interested in reading such a piece?
It's an interesting subject, however, I don't think that being able to wear make-up in public is all that great, because now it's expected (either by society, employers, or both) of women to waste money on that crap. Nothing like having to slap layers of toxic chemicals on one's face in order to be considered desirable and employable.