White Shirt Day honors the men and women who participated in a sitdown strike at General Motors in 1937. Today, February 11th, marks the end of that strike and the proliferation of the United Auto Workers (UAW) union. It’s best known in Flint, Michigan, home to the Tropics. On this day, everyone must wear a white shirt or blouse and it can’t get dirtier than your boss’s shirt. What better way to ensure cleanliness than by hosing it down? We follow the rules here at COED, so to help you out we’ve manufactured this super soaked gallery of girls in wet white t-shirts. The union would be proud!