"If a woman folds her arms when she's talking to you, it's a clear-cut sign that she is not into you," Dr. Walsh said. “It’s standoffish, and she's literally covering her chest: saying 'don’t look at my chest, don’t think about my chest. I’m locking you out.'"
"There was one time, a girl would not leave one of our male servers alone... even out of the bar, on off hours, and we had to confront her about it," Zach Mack, owner of ABC Beer Co. in NYC told me. "Really, I’ve seen it be a problem, believe it or not."
What about within the gay bar scene?
I consulted another old friend, who is working in Pittsburgh at a family-friendly chain restaurant. He asked that I keep his place of work anonymous (it definitely doesn't rhyme with T.G.I. Shmriday’s) as well as refer to him as "Mr. X" -- which I think is a little generous, but I’ll go with it because I owe him $10. He also moonlights at a gay bar sometimes.