The custom of dating in the 1920s
Young people of the 1920s, characterized by the free spirited "flapper," experienced more sexual exploration than their predecessors.They embraced psychologist Sigmund Freud's 1920 Theory of the Libido that emphasized sexual experimentation as a natural human need.
The Roaring Twenties: The end of WW1 ushered in a new era in which people with money wanted to enjoy themselves - it was called The Roaring Twenties (1920-1929).
The roles of American Women in the 1920s varied considerably between the 'New Woman', the Traditionalists and the older generation.
The 'New Woman', including the young Flappers, embraced new fashions, personal freedom and new ideas that challenged the traditional role of women.
Roles of 1920's women in the workplace included factory workers, secretaries, salesclerks and telephone operators.
The number of women attending college rose to 10% of the population by the end of the 1920's. Celebrities such as Zelda Fitzgerald, fashion designers such as Coco Chanel, writers such as Edith Wharton and Dorothy Parker, artists like Georgia OKeeffe and ground breakers and intellectuals such as Margaret Mead and Florence Sabin The photographs and pictures of the Women in the 1920s are a useful addition to the facts sheet, illustrating the hairstyles, make-up, fashion and clothes worn by the movie stars and celebrities of the 1920's who had made their names as Famous Women in the 1920s.