flapperhood

flapperhood

(ˈflæpəˌhʊd)
n
(Historical Terms) informal (in the 1920s) the condition of flappers, the state of being a flapper
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Bobbed hair, according to Paula Fass, was the very "badge of flapperhood" - perceived as "a symbol of female promiscuity, of explicit sexuality, and of a self-conscious denial of respectability and the domestic ideal" (93, 280).