- n. Fear or hatred of transsexuality.
“He concludes calling on member states to “take all necessary concrete action to ensure that transphobia is stopped and that transgender persons are no longer discriminated against in any field.””
“But regarding the content, he seems to be saying that transphobia is a thought crime.”
“First, I of course was exaggerating (misrepresenting for dramatic effect?) with the idea that transphobia is a step up.”
“UN insists the program is "age appropriate," but critics say it's exposing kids to sex far too early, and offers up abstract ideas - like "transphobia" - they might not even understand.”
“The U.N. insists the program is "age appropriate," but critics say it's exposing kids to sex far too early, and offers up abstract ideas - like "transphobia" - they might not even understand.”
“(One can’t even call it transphobia, for it’s more the complete lack of acknowledgment that gender isn’t always obvious, simple, and binary.”
“(For clarity: I’m not saying that transphobia is worse than racism, or vice versa).”
“So reassuring, isn’t it, to see that transphobia is alive and well amongst the student population.”
“Not infrequently, some of these startling moments cause me to re-think central themes from the 1970s: racism, homophobia and what would come to be known as transphobia, among them.”
“The Queensland Civil and Administration Tribunal was told that Jason Lewis Ronoff's alleged discrimination toward his transsexual neighbour, Jo Brosnahan, was an act of "transphobia" - a lead cause in the victimisation of and violence toward transgender people.”
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