heterophobic

heterophobic

adjective Referring to heterophobia, see there.
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I recently received a death threat from an anonymous, self-identifying lesbian because of my activities in support of traditional values and traditional marriage, activities that include exposing all the flaws in the pseudo "arguments" heterophobic homosexuals use to try to rationalize homosexual activity.
House Democrats have passed a pro-LGBT bill hilariously misnomered the "Equality Act." If enacted into law, this ridiculous bill would allow discrimination against, legal persecution of and making criminals out of decent, moral businesspeople who merely don't want to cater to heterophobic homosexuals or accommodate transgenders.
They intimidate through phobia-labels (perhaps because they are heterophobic).
Rather, those who castigate heterosexuals with that pejorative term are heterophobic. Most people have no concern as to what sexual practices a person engages in the privacy of their own bedrooms.
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.
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.
Some MSM expressed an intense need to exercise social caution and indicated that they are often criticised for being hypocritical and are labelled as heterophobic. 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.
Importantly, too, it is deeply heterophobic: it denies the very possibility of difference in desires, in objects." (Jackson 1999-2000,86) Jackson thus implicates traditional criticisms of "A Painful Case" in what Joseph Valente calls the "compulsory heterosexuality" of Joyce scholarship (1998, 1), perpetuating the primacy of heteronormativity by assuming Duffy's rejection of Mrs.
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.