When a person gets a scary idea in their head, they have two ways to go:
They can try to soothe themselves and say that it's okay, there's nothing really to it and then let it go. And after a while, it's gone, done and over with.
But the other way a person goes is to say that this idea is true. It is then a scary truth. The natural reaction to scary truths is to avoid them. For example, a person who's decided going to a dentist is worse than anything has this truth and avoids thinking about dentists let alone going to dentists, agreed?
It takes an active intervention to dislodge a scary truth. And she's convinced herself that your being weird and a pervert is a truth and that's scary. It will take an active intervention of some sort most likely to dislodge that truth.
Again, I said rare because humans are so amazing in variety. But the above is the model that all psychological research has found to be how we operate. Know, though, that this was unfortunate but doesn't reflect on you. I understand from the chat you were innocently sharing. And I'm sorry she was so sensitive.
I wish you the very best!
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