homophobia

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ho·mo·pho·bi·a

(hō'mō-fō'bē-ă),
Irrational fear of homosexual feelings, thoughts, behaviors, or people.

Haemophobia

Morbid fear of blood.

homophobia

Psychology An irrationally negative attitude toward those with homosexual orientation, or toward becoming homosexual. See Closet, Gay-bashing, Heterosexism. Cf Gay, Homosexual, Phobia.

ho·mo·pho·bi·a

(hō'mŏ-fō'bē-ă)
Irrational fear of homosexual feelings, thoughts, behaviors, or people.

homophobia

A slang term meaning fear of homosexuality.
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Similarly, working to end anti-LGBT bias demands that heterosexuals acknowledge the advantages they enjoy as members of the dominant culture, and take ownership of the role they play in sustaining a heterosexist society.
Accomplishments: Recipient of Posse Foundation and Jackie Robinson Foundation college scholarships; created speaking campaign as a high school senior to address anti-LGBT bias in schools from junior highs to universities; received certificate of recognition for outstanding contributions to Hamilton College: was featured speaker, Massachusetts Youth Pride Rally, 2001; keynote speaker, Spirit of Justice Awards, Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders, 2005; honoree of Youth Who Make a Difference, Boston Pride 2005