Stereotypes Of Women In The 1920's

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often embraced this stereotype, many of them featured beauty products to help women achieve this image. Also, ads portrayed women weaker than men, and needed to be dependent upon consumer goods. Although flappers liberated women in most cases, they also created yet another stereotype for them. The stereotype of a pretty women who wore makeup with a slim figure. Again, companies produced products to aid women in their strive for perfection. The Lucky Strike cigarette company geared their advertisements to women and their flapper style by say that smoking was a, “New-day and common sense say to keep a slender, fashionable figure.”
Mass media and advertising had a significant effect on women in the 1920’s. Popular culture in the 1920’s including