Na I figure I was known as a BA, not because of anything I did, more because who I hung out with. My Congregation was split with all the younger families in the newer part of town going to one side and the oldies and a few young ones like myself going to the other. The split got rid of a lot of young stragglers and left just a handful of late teens behind with this Huge generation gap. We had no one to look up to no spiritual role models so we coasted along. We messed about after meetings, went out drinking and always seemed to be around the bad stuff that happened.
Once my mates fell away or moved away I was just me a handful of the under 12's and a lot of 50 somethings. I had loads of privileges mainly cos there was no one else but I'd never be invited to social events and I could sit at a BS and not speak to anyone all night.
We had a running joke that no one at the hall liked us and that they'd make sisters Ms way before they'd even think of us but I was gutted when my best mate (The Ring leader and in my mind worse spiritually than me) said he couldn't invite me to his wedding / wedding reception because his new wife thought I was a BA.
I think your face has to fit within the org, if your not in one of the big families down the hall, if your not an Elder or Ms then you can end up feeling very lonely and out of place.
If you're a single adult in the truth you might as well just forget it and leave or you will end up very very lonely