Ten Commandments for Flappers

I'm so confused by this 1922 newspaper clipping of the Ten Commandments For Flappers. If I were to compile a list based on my own perception of flappers and how they are portrayed in history, so many of the bullet points would be pretty much the opposite. I mean, the number one commandment from "an old flapper" is "at night, home is the safest place on earth for girls." What's that about?! Seems like a little anti-flapper propaganda was taking place under the guise of support! What's your take, though?

Ten Commandments for Flappers

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