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- n. An irrational fear of adolescent people.
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Speaking at the annual forum of the Teenage Magazine Arbitration Panel, the industry body that regulates sexual content in publications for young people, Professor Byron disclosed that she believes that Britain is suffering from ephebiphobia - the fear of young people.
Such quotes illustrate what I believe has become a historically nurtured and culturally damaging phenomenon: ephebiphobia - the fear of youth.
It is also important to tackle head on the thankfully minority adult culture of ephebiphobia as presented in the article.
Adults are suffering from ephebiphobia - fear of young people - says psychologist and TV presenter
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