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Throughout history there have always been rebels in society During the 1920s in the United States many young people discarded the traditions of society They subsequently began flaunting their disdain for conventional dress and behavior in the society The flappers of the 1920s and the youth of today have shared many similar difficulties with the societys acceptance of rebellion Thus youth has always struggled against the over critical opinions of adults With the passings of certain laws women began to have a say in society Young women understood this power and took advantage of it Some went against common traditions of women hood and began a whole new tradition of their own These women no longer acted the same way stereotypical women did Cleaning cooking and taking care of children all day was significantly decreasing Certain women took on new roles very similar to mens but very different from the past They hung out at bars and smoked and drank publicly Their dress was also very different from the past They wore very short dresses and used a lot of make-up These actions were not at all accepted by society Opposers of these women nicknamed the rebels Flappers When asked why there was such a quick and drastic change some Flappers blamed their parents They said that their parents were so very boring and they couldnt stand to live like them Change was needed They thought that life was better for them then than when their parents were their age The Flappers wanted people to respect their point of view Youth took itself very seriously They did not want to be rebellious they wanted their parents and society to be patient and understanding of their mistakes and accept change Much like the Flappers of the 1920s youth want change today Youth today insist on having say in society Teens of the 90s like the Flappers are going against traditions and starting new traditions of their
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