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From human +‎ -phobe, based on homophobe, etc.



humanphobe (plural not attested)

  1. Someone prejudiced, bigoted against humans.
    • 1994 September 24, Segonax, “Re: Doc's 5,6 & 7 were reflection of JNT's attitude”, in rec.arts.drwho[1] (Usenet), message-ID <>:
      Gays are no more 'different' and 'special' than anyone else.
      Change 'homophobe' to 'humanphobe' and you'll get the label for all sexual types today.
    • 2015 April 17, ScottW, “A noiseless patient Spider”, in[2] (Usenet), message-ID <mgrhil$l4c$>:
      > I'll have to tell Jim that I'm now a homophobe. He'll be as surprised as I was to learn it.
      Are we adding that to your femphobe, heterophobe, religiousphobe, conservative phobe, and humanphobe list?
    • 2015, Genevieve Jack, Logan: A Knight World Novel, Carpe Luna Publishing, →ISBN, page 11:
      Humans can't do any sort of magic and are physically fragile. But I appreciate your race's many accomplishments, all things considered. I'm not a humanphobe or anything. I've had plenty of human friends over the years.

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