It is, unfortunately, all too true. I have been accused of "standing aggressively" at my present job, more than once. As I work at an ultra-liberal agency for people with disabilities, I am surrounded by metro-sexual and, to be nice, less than manly men. You guys should appreciate this. At a training on workplace violence, the presenter asked everyone in the room if anyone had ever been in a fight on their job. There was maybe 100 of us there. I was the only one to raise his hand. The presenter again asked if anyone had ever been in more than one fight on their job. Again, I was the only one to raise their hand. To say the room got silent, and I got lots of awkward looks would be an understatement. That afternoon I was called in to HR, and the questions started. I was able to explain that I had worked as a bartender and bouncer at a local bar, and at one point I had a fight on my hands every night for about 6 months straight. I also explained that was the primary reason why I decided on a major career change. I still get looked at askance by many of my coworkers, but I don't really give a damn.