Aarrgghh!! You did it AGAIN!! And I quote:
The word, ‘wearing’, is a verb . . . that only works with personal pronouns. It’s not that complicated. The apostrophe “s” (‘s), when used with a personal pronoun (he, she, it) is a contraction: he is, she is, it is. Otherwise, it signifies a possessive noun (Obama’s, leprechaun’s, God’s, government’s, Muhammad’s, winner’s, Kevin’s).
Read the content you of your own link more carefully. It plainly states that:
A gerund always functions as a noun. It is formed by adding “ing” to the verb.
Come on, Kevin. I and Quora’s editors have been correcting you over and over. You’re being unreasonable and stubborn. Move on.