heterophobic

heterophobic

adjective Referring to heterophobia, see there.
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Rather, those who castigate heterosexuals with that pejorative term are heterophobic.
The process at work in the Thailand Controversy was a heterophobic denial of internal diversity and complexity.
But surely if I'm being homophobic, then they are being heterophobic to me.
Although Jordan jeers Lucas for having sex with a woman--'You're such a het-boy sometimes'--lamenting that she wishes he would just 'stick with boys', Lucas scolds Jordan for her close-mindedness: 'Don't be so heterophobic, J.
Turning the world heterophobic effectively flips the reader's perspective and permits her to explore the depth of discriminatory behaviors that are otherwise abstractions for people who are not victims.
But these MSM indicated that there are also heterophobic and 'homo-foolish' tendencies displayed by the community and that these are separated by a thin line of differentiation.
This period of demographic change in Western Europe has occurred in parallel with the rise of heterophobic discourses such as the 'clash of civilizations', 'culture wars' and 'Islamophobia, as well as with the reinforcement of restrictive migration policies and territorial border security vis-avis the nationals of countries outside the European space.
Jarman implies, through Mortimer's violent characterization, that male heterosexual desire goes hand in hand with vicious homophobia, a position that might be described as heterophobic.
Lewis' heterophobic anxieties find hospitable expression in this space where Irza and Rosalvo's youthful dreams of love, marriage, and fertility are mercilessly shattered.
We see what queer Honeymooners or a heterophobic Archie from All in the Family would look like, we even revisit The Facts of Life as they might better have been taught.
It is hard for me to feel any sympathy for one who finds her heterophobic.