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Young Male Athletes Push Back On 'Locker Room Banter' In One Viral Photo

High school athletes are reminding the world that sexual assault is most definitely not “locker room banter.” In a photo shared to Facebook on October 13, six male athletes stand in a locker room sporting shirts that read “Wild Feminist.” The young men pictured in the photo are basketball, football, soccer and cross country athletes from Centennial High School in Gresham, Oregon.
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