I don't talk about my girlfriends or anything like that at work, so nobody knows what "my deal is". And I definitely don't put up with women's crap (helping them just because they have a pussy, do their job, cut them slack for being women, etc).
The end result: people start suspecting I'm gay. I'm not, but the rumor's spreading and I can't shake it off.
The other day a new coworker got into the office, and we were having coffee, while the guy was at his desk. The women were gossiping about who he was, whether they knew him or not, etc. Obviously, the first thing I thought was asking the guy if he wanted coffee, and he agreed and came into the room. I didn't prepare him the coffee, just invited him, he made it himself.
To joke, I said to one of the gossipers: "see? Today, I'm nicer than you are!". Another one replied "you are only nice to men... who knows why..."
I replied "maybe you gals don't deserve it!", clearly in a joking tone of voice. However, the gay implication was there.
Is this normal?