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Well off women enjoyed reading and playing musical instruments. They also went dancing and to the theater. Puppet shows like Punch and Judy also drew the crowds. Furthermore in the late 18th century the circus became a popular form of entertainment. Girls played with wooden or rag dolls.
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At the turn of the century, women in Western Europe and the United States began enjoying greater mobility, educational opportunities, and access to art markets. Many art schools opened their doors to women students for the first time. Women felt freer to work from nude models and to paint and sketch in public spaces. They also played key roles in the expansion of modernist sculpture and the tremendous growth of photography.
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In the 18th century pregnancy was difficult and hazardous. There were no anesthetics and women quite often died in childbirth. Infant mortality was high. About one child in four died before their fifth birthday. Most married women had several children but not all would survive.
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Women wore stays (a bodice with strips of whalebone) and hooped petticoats under their dresses. Women in the 18th century did not wear . Fashionable women carried folding fans. Fashion was very important for the rich in the 18th century but poor people's clothes hardly changed at all.