The first Monday of September is our national holiday set aside to recognize the contributions and achievements of America’s labor movement and trade unions. Labor Day began as a parade in New York City, but Oregon was the first state to make it a public holiday in 1887. By the time Congress made it a federal holiday in 1894, thirty states had already begun celebrating its workers.
TheOUTfront would like to celebrate all the sweaty, hardworking men. If it’s a dirty job, we love watching them do it.
“Shirts off” to construction workers
After men work up an appetite, you need farmers to feed them.
You had me at the hat.
Eenie, meenie, miney, mo…
We’re only assuming that’s water…