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English citations of acephobic

Noun: "(neologism) relating to, characteristic of, or exhibiting acephobia"[edit]

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  • 2013, Lee Thomas, "LGBTQrazy: Why 'both' is a four-letter word", The Brunswickan (University of New Brunswick), Volume 147, Issue 6, 9 October 2013, page 10:
    This works the same way with other aspects of LGBTQ life: cisnormativity isn’t always intentionally transphobic, sexual normativity isn’t always intentionally acephobic, and so on.
  • 2015, George Norman, "Reclaiming celibacy", The Yorker (University of York), 5 July 2015, page 16:
    “Cold” and “emotionless” are simply acephobic and ignorant.