USA: Labor Day

The first Monday in September, annually, is observed in the USA as Labor Day. The holiday was originally a salute to the many laborers who worked in factories or other manual labor jobs. It has since expanded to include every worker – “blue collar,” “white collar,” agricultural, industrial, service, educational, clerical, – and everything in between. It is a time to pause, enjoy a day free from working and to celebrate the “fruits” of their efforts.


The holiday is also seen by many persons in this country as the unofficial end of the summer season. Even though the season ends in a very few weeks, for many the summer is over with this final “warm weather” observance. Now is the time for everyone to put the time for “outdoor play” behind them and to focus their attention on getting the job done in time for the approaching winter season.


This particular USA holiday has evolved into what many consider a final beach excursion for the season. The labor day aspect of the occasion has, for the most part, fallen from public acknowledgement. However, for those of us who are bare practitioners (naturists or nudists), I often wonder: What if the trades union people all demanded clothes free workplaces? I imagine the results may surprise everyone!


Happy Labor Day, USA!

Naked hugs!

Roger/ReNude Pride


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A same gender loving (gay) bare practitioner (nudist) who invites you to explore my blog. At times I may appear irreverent but I am in no way irrelevant!

4 thoughts on “USA: Labor Day”

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  2. I hope you all had a wonderful exciting in all ways – time to live the nude life. As nudist we need to be outdoors a lot more – we do after all – “Promote Nudism with OUR NUDE bodies”.
    Nudist men rejoice, if you are enjoying your life naked as much as possible. Rejoice. We are blessed. I’ve realized that I am truly blessed having been raised nudist. Keep it naked men.

    incidentally I hope you are all out of ‘harm’s way’ with this horrific hurricane on its way to our shores. Stay safe ALL.

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