'Hey, That's Offensive!' Tell Us When You Intervened in #LockerRoomTalk

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Many professional athletes and coaches (and regular people) are pointing out that Donald Trump's description of "locker room" talk doesn't match up with real-life experience.

In a public apology, Donald Trump addressed his 2005 comments caught on a "hot mic," which were leaked on Friday. He described his language as "locker room talk" and said he wasn't proud of his behavior.

So we asked WNYC listeners to tell us about a time that they intervened in a conversation that they found offensive to women. Here is a sample of some of the responses:

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