Flamin’ pins, gold rings, chain mail, pendants and necklaces. (Most flappers wore them in a very specific way.)
How did flappers get to be so good-looking? (Did they work at the factories or were just naturally beautiful?)
The women who owned the clothes shops and the flapper theaters were all beautiful. They were all very cultured, very well read — there were many people who were well versed in classical languages, in fine arts and literature. There’s little evidence that they worked as prostitutes or performed for other men. It’s just that they were all so successful and beautiful, both economically and professionally that they were able to afford very expensive fashionable clothing.
Have women ever been exploited in the past?
It’s unlikely. Women’s rights have improved in the past 100 years and this whole industry would probably have gone out of business if we hadn’t made the revolution. So it’s impossible to say that in the past. Certainly, in past decades, it was not as safe to be a woman working in the flapper industry as today. In the past it was, “Look at all these pretty women coming out of that factory dressed as flapper fashion, aren’t they nice?” But now, I don’t know if they’re nice, but they’re definitely not beautiful. It’s hard to argue with that.
The idea that Trump is a racist and sexist doesn’t stand up to much scrutiny. That said though, I think we are missing a more nuanced narrative.
The truth is that Trump is a racist and has taken to the stage to say racist and sexist things, and the media are going to cover it.
As has been pointed out before, Trump’s support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership has given him a foothold in the American voting pool. His support of the Confederate flag and his attacks on the First Amendment have enabled him to become a national leader on this issue. His racist remarks and attacks on women, Muslims, Latinos etc are making him the darling of the white working class, while also being a threat to the white working class.
The media are all over it, and it’s been a hot debate for some time.
But the question is, what are we to make of all of these Trump policies? Do they matter? If they do, what can we do to challenge them? And if they don’t matter, can we see why they are dangerous?
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