I ran twelve seasons in high school (we had winter track). I also competed in college, if briefly and not well. In my experience locker room chat generally goes like this, roughly in order of frequency:
* Getting our shit together so we can get to practice or get home. Most people don’t want to linger all day in a smelly room in their underwear.
* Talking about practice, or the meet coming up, or who needs a ride home
* School business. Who is busting kids’ balls this year, upcoming exams etc
* What is going on this weekend
* Who is dating whom, who got SO drunk, etc
* Girls you plan to ask out and what are you going to do if she says no (try a John Cusack routine? ask someone else?)
Generally sexual matters were a bit private to throw around in a locker room with half the school around you. When that stuff did come up everyone seemed well schooled in the idea of consent. If anyone had bragged about violating women like that I am confident someone would have called the cops. Of course we were a crappy school athletics-wise so we never had untouchable superstar athletes. Maybe things were different in Steubenville. All I can say is Trump’s nonsense does not sound like any locker room that I know or would want to be in. Apparently a whole lot of pro athletes feel the same.