Now, women are afraid of me. I hear it in their voices when they talk, its a little "stutter" type thing...nervousness, I guess.
Men never leave me alone about working out and wanna train with me all the time. That's honestly what my convos are with men in social settings "how'd you get those shoulders?"
Children are kinda iffy about me. Some are afraid and run like hell, others think I'm a WWE guy.
Work world, its a major plus right now because I am a trainer.
In school, not so good. I'm a psych student and most of my peers have no interest in the gym. I'm a freak in that realm. I've even been told "you're too macho looking to be a psychologist!"
All in all the response is positive. I think it comes down to how you present yourself. I mean, I could wear cut offs and beanies everywhere and act like the gym is the only thing that matters...whicj would garner negative attitudes towards me...or I could dress in a way that displays my muscle and at the same time reflects other qualities...when I talk I could only speak on topics realting to dieting and gym culture..which nring negative attention or I could NEVER talk about working out and blow people's minds with poems I've written
Yea at first people will judge the muscle but in the end if you show them something different then they'll go off that....