Gym designers have rid locker rooms of the gnarly shower curtains, trading them in for sexy glass escape pods. They have made bathroom stalls ever more private. Comfy couch corners, Wi-Fi and lockers with built-in locks have gone from swank options to standard issue.
Please refresh the page and retry. Which possibly explains his assertion that it is normal for men to brag about sexually assaulting women in male locker rooms. Perhaps it was, in his gym-going days - in the same way that racism, drink driving and Blue Nun were once acceptable.
Some people may feel slightly uncomfortable when entering locker rooms due to the stench of body odor or the unexpected surprises when you round the corner and see someone naked. This becomes even more awkward if the person acts like a nudist and begins to talk to you as their naked body shakes and giggles in places only lovers should witness. Other people, like myself, absolutely dread the locker room.
Are the locker rooms and showers mixed or separate re. Are there some days where it's separate and some days mixed? Lockers are mixed but are private. Bathrooms are separate downstairs.
I could see this one coming. So could many sportswriters who have spent a lot of time covering big-time sports and, out of necessity, hanging out in men's locker rooms. At some point the issues raised by having women reporters hanging out in the same locker rooms—right there with the guys—had to detonate.
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While walking around to check out the facilities I went into the locker room. In there, they had lockers obviouslyshowers, a steam room, and even a jacuzzi. There was a naked guy changing by the lockers, a naked guy coming out of the showers, and a naked guy standing up and doing some stretches in the jacuzzi.