locker room talk

locker room talk

Crude, vulgar, or bawdy talk, often involving boasts about one's sexual conquests. I'm no prude by any means, but I hate the locker room talk my boyfriend partakes in when his buddies are around.
See also: locker, room, talk

locker-room talk

Especially crude, vulgar, or bawdy humor or chatter. I'm no prude by any means, but I hate the locker-room talk my boyfriend partakes in when his buddies are around.
See also: talk
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We must put an end to this online locker room talk, which is a manifestation of the culture of misogyny and commodification of women prevalent in our country right now,' Hontiveros said.
He dismissed the release of a decade-old video showing him boasting about how his wealth meant he could carry out sexual assault with impunity as merely locker room talk.
But it's locker room talk, and it's one of those things.
If this wasn't serious matter almost That anyone can excuse this as locker room talk was worse.
It was extremely exciting and interesting to interview such a well-known and well-respected former pro athlete," said Keirsten Sires, co-founder of Locker Room Talk.
If anything, when you see each other this week, you almost try and be more respectful because you don't want to give anybody fodder for locker room talk or anything like that," Chivas midfielder Jesse Marsch said.
Much locker room talk and liberal use of the "f-word.
As a cheerleader for Ohio State University, I was a direct witness to antigay locker room talk.
Locker room talk includes marriage, sex, drugs, drink and scandal.
But if it was real locker room talk, Lynch said, then Microsoft would go back out onto the field and play the game according to the rules.
New physicians and surgeons were left to set fees in locker room talk, increasing each procedure fee until insurers finally rejected it as being too high.
No male bonding," says Brown, which means minimize both locker room talk and leering.
You may think this list is too exhaustive and extreme, but that may be because we have normalised inappropriate behaviour to the point where it is brushed off as light conversation or locker room talk.