For the first time in American history, the way men speak to each other when they're wearing nothing but towels is central to the election of our next president.
Donald Trump says "locker room talk" includes the kind of language he was caught using on hot mic in 2005, which included him describing sexual assault, according to top surrogate Rudy Giuliani. At Sunday's presidential debate, Trump continued to downplay his comments as "locker room talk." That characterization was met with resistance by men who better know what constitutes true "locker room talk"—current and former pro athletes. Players in the NFL, NBA and MLB, in addition to one wrestler turned MMA fighter, chimed in with their thoughts on what is and is not said in locker rooms.