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From Ancient Greek ἰθύφαλλος (ithúphallos) (from ἰθύς (ithús, straight), a variant of εὐθύς (euthús), + φαλλός (phallós, penis)) + English phobia


ithyphallophobia (uncountable)

  1. The fear of having or seeing an erect penis.
    • 2002 September 13, maf1029 [username], “Re: Homosexuals have phobias”, in alt.politics.homosexuality, Usenet[1]:
      So, do you use your violence fantasies to mask your medorthophobia, your ithyphallophobia, or your medomalacuphobia?
    • 2013, Tom Cutler, Slap and Tickle: The Unusual History of Sex and the People Who Have it, Constable (2012), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      (Nocturnal erections are probably good if you suffer from 'Ithyphallophobia', the morbid fear of seeing, having or thinking about an erect penis.)
    • 2013, Eric Jerome Dickey, Decadence, Dutton (2013), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      “Mommy, I know that you don't suffer from ithyphallophobia, so you can stop pretending that you do.”