I work at a restaurant, where I wait tables full time to help pay for my last year of college. Anyway, apparently it's undeniably the gay-est occupation next to exotic dancer? I am gay, but I certainly don't like being stereotyped. I've been told on numerous accounts that I don't 'act' gay (which I don't even think is possible ) and that if I hadn't been so honest about who I sleep with, they'd have never known. But, yesterday I got into an argument with a customer. I've never been so incredibly angry in my life. I basically broke my neck for this guy, who was with his family, and tried to keep everything top-shape for them, as I do with all my tables. When it comes time for the bill, he looks me dead in the eye and says "I'd like to speak to a manager about your...'performance,' today." I really didn't know if it was good or bad, and...sadly, it was bad. He accused me of hitting on him (a 50 some-odd man), and being inappropriate in front of his son! He refused to pay his $70 bill and yelled at me about being "a bad example for americans who wwant to eat without being disgusted." Apparently, only women are supposed to wait tables. Does this happen on a normal basis for anyone else? I mean, I've rarely been brought out like that before, and I can't recall 'acting' gay around him. Hell, I even talked to him about Baseball!