I am in the 11th grade. Today at the beginning of Drama class, I had one of my fellow classmates run in the room yelling "aye!" as he began to hug everyone in the semi-circle of chairs around the stage. I am openly Gay, and I'd say practically everyone in my grade knows this. When he came around to me, I was on my phone. I looked up and saw him standing there with a confused, discomforted look on his face. Everyone in the class burst out laughing, and he moved onto the next person and hugged them. I went back to my phone with a fake smile on my face to hide the pain and embarrassment. This is the exact reason why I purposely try to avoid physical contact with straight guys outside of family unless they are the ones extending the hand shake or hug to me. I try to avoid situations like these all of the time. They seem to think that I'm going to try and make a move on them or I'm gonna catch feelings for them and it's really annoying. I am sick of it. Even guys who claim not to be homophobic and are accepting of me do this.