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In an effort to put an end to worker absenteeism at defense plants, a fetching welder at the Albina Engine & Machine Works shipyard (Portland, Oregon), Jeannine Christiansen unhatched a fool-proof plan to do just that. Recognizing that (most) men don't find life worth living without rubbing noses with the females of the species, Miss Christiansen instituted the No Work No Woo movement (I think you can guess what Woo means). The attached report states that it was effective and spread to other factories along the West Coast.

An additional article about sex during W.W. II can be read here...

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No Work, No Nooky (Collier's Magazine, 1943)

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