In an op-ed published last week on Vox, former NFL player Chris Kluwe schooled Donald Trump on what is said in the locker room.

Trump, the GOP presidential nominee, has repeatedly dismissed comments he made about sexually harassing women in a leaked audio as “locker room talk.”

In his letter, Kluwe, a vocal supporter of LGBT rights, told Trump that he's “wrong, and only the type of wrong an over-tanned ham hock like yourself can accomplish, plummeting past the morass of gross incivility into the abyss of depraved sociopathy.”

“How do I know this? Simple. I was in an NFL locker room for eight years, the very definition of the macho, alpha male environment you're so feebly trying to evoke to protect yourself, and not once did anyone approach your breathtaking depths of arrogant imbecility,” Kluwe wrote. “Oh, sure, we had some dumb guys, and some guys I wouldn't want to hang out with on any sort of regular basis, but we never had anyone say anything as foul and demeaning as you did on that tape, and, hell, I played a couple years with a guy who later turned out to be a serial rapist. Even he never talked like that.”

Kluwe said that players talk about families, travel, money, jokes and women. “[B]ut never have I heard anyone use your particularly disgusting brand of sadism that refers to women as objects and not people,” he said.

“I've been in locker rooms, Donald, and you're the type of narcissistic, pants-soiling fecal eruption that just doesn't belong. Even football players are smart enough to know that,” Kluwe concluded.

(Related: NFL's Chris Kluwe says he was fired over his support for gay marriage.)