I’m one of I’m pretty sure 3 guys working in a mostly female environment (we’re all in different positions). The gender ratio isn’t really important, but my few and far between interactions with the men have been at least a little better than the other more frequent interactions with the women that I share duties with. We’re all around the same age, and I’m just there for the dogs, I don’t care about the people. But I’m not an asshole to them, at least I don’t think. I’m not talkative and I’ve always had major trouble with eye contact and I have kind of a resting pouty face, but I swear to god every time one of them talks to me it’s like they’re annoyed with me or just think I’m slow, and they all get along GREAT together, even with the ones who have been there less time than I have. I start getting really paranoid that they all think I’m a creep, or some unhygienic fatass who smells (which it’s not like I don’t take care of myself. I shower regularly, brush my teeth, groom, try to look presentable, use deodorant, all that stuff, but this job keeps you active and when daycamp is outside it’s HOT). I just feel like they all think I’m stupid and I’m being excluded (which, tbh, I choose to work only closing shifts because I like working nights and being alone). Even if that’s the reason though it’s not like I’m a 31C5 to everyone. And I’d say maybe it’s just their demeanor but again it only seems to apply me. I don’t know how to confront this.