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A Brief History of the Evolution of Locker Room Talk

A Navy ball team in 1943. (Photo: U.S. Navy/Library of Congress/LC-USE6-D-008506) Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has characterized his comments about grabbing women by genitals, caught on tape 11 years ago, as "locker room talk." Where did this concept come from? The phrase "locker room talk" has its origins in the '20s and '30s, and, in the beginning, it mostly seemed to be about golf.
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