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homophobe +‎ -phobe


homophobephobe (plural homophobephobes)

  1. (often sarcastic) A person who dislikes or fears homophobes.
    • 1997 June 11, Ben Edgington, “Re: Same-sex blessing...???”, in uk.religion.christian[1] (Usenet):
      [I don't want to be tarred as a homophobephobe, or any kind of phobe really.]
    • 2011 May 13, Hyogoro, “Re: The code in Mona Lisa's eyes solved.”, in rec.arts.mystery[2] (Usenet):
      Dorothy and Mary, from your excessive reaction, you are troll/homophobephobes.
    • 2014, Steve C. Halbrook, God Is Just: A Defense of the Old Testament Civil Laws, page 240:
      Of course, if one is a “phobe” for opposing a behavior, then those who call others homophobes are actually by their own standards "homophobephobes."
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:homophobephobe.