Thanks for your input.
Today I took the bus to work, and it was full of kids, all which seemingly avoided looking at me. I don't know what to think about that. I am not feeling that bad about it because it's outside of my control, but I just think it's strange and would want to know why.
ETA: I don't mean just eye contact, but everyone seems to not want to look at me or in my direction, it's so strange. They don't seem scared or shy or disguesed by me, they just "ignore" me.
You seem to be very conscious of other people, they can probably pick up on this too. Especially if you are looking around or at them with any meaningful level of intensity. It can make a person feel vulnerable or just generally insecure. As I have observed, women are particularly aware of being looked at by men - that is not always a positive thing in their minds. But to be universally avoided? I don't see it. As I say, I am considerably unattractive and can still get a positive response from strangers across the board; so too can others. I just don't think this is related to how you look.