So, basically, a while ago this job interviewer straight up asked if I was a pedophile.
Before the interview, she made me take a weird personality test which had this question ==> (Paraphrasing) "have you ever felt uncomfortable looking at a beautiful child?"
I put down "strongly disagree," but I'm still not sure how I should have answered. On the one hand, being uncomfortable could make me seem like I was secretly ashamed of being a pedophile. On the other hand, being too comfortable could have its own unflattering connotation.
I'm not making this up. You can't make this shit up and it still bugs the crap out of me after all these years.
Please help me, I'm PoLR: I don't have a strong sense of personal preferences, so everything I say about myself is either strategic or random. What should I have told her?