"But this is locker room talk". You know the quotes by now.
From the run-up to the debate - in which Trump held a news conference starring women who say Bill Clinton abused them - to the debate itself, in which he encroached on Clinton onstage, called her names and threatened to have her jailed if he is elected, the Republican nominee made it clear who he is and what he stands for, which is, among other things, misogyny. "To just attribute it to locker room talk, it kind of gives guys who spend a lot of time in locker rooms a bad name".
In the 2005 recording, first released by Access Hollywood, Trump is recorded telling then-host Billy Bush about how he behaves with women he's attracted to.
On Facebook and Twitter, on the phone and on the job, from living rooms to hair salons, Donald Trump's "Grab 'em by the p--" comment has unleashed a tsunami of stories from women sharing painful memories of sexual assaults. "I don't believe he's got a conscience". It is misogynistic and degrading to women and men alike-and it is very, very unsafe.
The locker room is certainly a place where athletes are known to express themselves, sometimes in a ribald manner.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton can be seen wearing a small white lapel mic while Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is not, at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, on October 9, 2016. "I personally think there are more people in the United States that could serve as commander-in-chief".
Locker rooms can be odd places.
To even suggest that locker rooms are barren of such talk and innuendo would be futile. On Saturday afternoon Watson posted his response to the discussion of "locker room" talk. "But I have tremendous respect for women". It was an attack on an innocent kid who had walked into the varsity locker room to get a drink of water.
Professional athletes certainly aren't ideal. Really? I'm not naïve about what blokes say to each other, and, actually, I think I've probably been just as crude around my friends. This does not represent the man that I know. Also "Faith, family, movies and music, current events", Fujita said.
When pressed during the debate, Trump said he hasn't.
That, of course, has put all those who spend time in locker rooms - athletes and coaches - in the position of reacting to the generalization, something Dantonio doesn't appreciate.
Detroit Lions' wide receiver Golden Tate was asked if that kind fo tlak happens in locker rooms by reporters Monday saying, "I don't think he ever said it goes on in all locker rooms".
"I've also heard some incredible things and some incredible outputs on life and character and religion and faith", he said.
Back in 1991, sports researcher Timothy Curry found that when male athletes talked about women as persons rather than objects, they were ridiculed by their teammates in the form of male posturing, joking, and put-downs. I didn't need the other thing to bother me.
"This was locker room talk", Trump said during Sunday's presidential debate.
Dahntay Jones, who plays in the National Basketball Association for the Cleveland Cavaliers, took to Twitter to say Trumps comments were unacceptable.