The guys are weirded out about my sexual orientation

I made the move to attend technical university for Heating & A/C appliance repair! I certainly knew it would be a legitimately tough road, because Heating & A/C maintenance is not easy work & physically demanding.

I needed to locate a career & I knew university was out of the question.

I hardly was able to manage a “C” average in university & I did not want to spend more time writing essays & papers. A technical career seemed pretty much like the right path for me. I thought about studying plumbing, but the Heating & A/C appliance course had many open slots for the next semester & that made my decision a great deal easier. I studied especially hard for numerous months & I passed the certification test at the end. I started working for a small family owned Heating & A/C maintenance shop. I actually knew some things would be difficult when I started working for the small Heating & A/C maintenance shop. First, the shop is in the same small neighborhood where I live. Second, the men are all especially friendly, and the locale is basically like a family. I wasn’t surprised when they started to ask about my personal life. This presented me with the toughest decision of my life. I don’t enjoy hiding who I am & I did not want to lie to these people, so I told my coworkers that I have a guy. A gay Heating & A/C appliance repairman is not especially common in this small area, but I did not want the men to find out some other way. Some people seem weirded out by the fact, but most of my coworkers do not care about my actual sexual orientation. They basically just want someone that can do the challenging work.

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