If an employee is nervous & can’t make eye contact, & his co-workers think he’s a virgin, are they ignorant and judging a book by its cover?

Keep in mind he lives on his own and has a car.  But due to his awkward body language, he comes off as a man-child.  In addition, his co-workers don’t take him seriously when he says he would like to start a family someday.  They either snicker or say “aww isn’t that cute” like he’s regarded or five years old.  Please excuse my poor choice of words.

FYI, his mother has mentioned to him that she would like him to settle down and give her sins grand babies, since he’s 35 years old and is her only child.  Do his co-workers lack common sense and are quick to judge someone without getting the facts?  They only know him from 9 to 5, so to not be a part of his personal life, they are just assuming he’s a man-child while his mother (who obviously knows him MUCH MORE than his co-workers) wants to be a grandmother.

Update:

RETARDED, not “regarded.”  Typo

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  • 1 month ago

    What does any of that have to do with doing your job?

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    reported as always

  • n2mama
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    You spam versions of this on a weekly basis, if not more often. It sounds like he’s on the spectrum and struggles with social cues and norms. Most people don’t know how to deal with that. His mother’s attitude toward him has no connection with his coworkers perception of him. If he cares what his coworkers think, bringing up his mother is probably the wrong way to improve their perception of him.

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