Two "effeminate men" debate the question of women proposing marriage (1926)

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Title

Two "effeminate men" debate the question of women proposing marriage (1926)

Subject

effeminancy

Description

A faux debate, held at Colorado Teacher's College in 1926 to raise funds for the debate team, featured two women--in the roles of a flapper and suffragette--debating "two effeminate men" on the question of who should propose marriage among the students at the the college, men or women.

Creator

Colorado State Teacher's College Mirror

Source

Colorado Historic Newspapers

Publisher

"Women to Propose According to Big Carnival Debate," The Mirror, November 4, 1926, pp. 1

Date

November 4, 1926

Contributor

Thomas R. Dunn (researcher)

Rights

Public domain -- published before 1926

Format

JPEG, PDF

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Original Format

Newspaper

Files

Citation

Colorado State Teacher's College Mirror, “Two "effeminate men" debate the question of women proposing marriage (1926),” Northern Colorado Queer Memory Project, accessed February 8, 2023, https://nocoqueermemory.omeka.net/items/show/123.