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... only joined the team because she wanted to look at other girls half naked. Many of the other students believed that a man should be the only one looking at a woman sexually. This issue could have been addressed differently. The heterosexual students that felt uncomfortable could have been educated or gone through counseling for the issue. All locker rooms should have some accommodations for student- athletes who want privacy for any reason. Many athletes have many reasons for wanting a private area to change that are unrelated to fear of sexual attention. These reasons include religious beliefs, history of being abused or raped, personal modesty, or concerns about their body image. Everyone on an athletic team has the right to feel safe and to be free of unwanted sexual attention. They also should be free of teasing or taunting in the locker room or anywhere else.
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