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Fear of the opposite sex (Heterophobia). Sexophobia

Sexophobia is the fear of sexual organs or sexual activities and, in a larger sense, the fear of sexuality. As such, it can be applied to the attitude of a person based on their educational background, personal experience, and psyche, or to general stigmatization from collective entities like religious groups, institutions and/or states. .

Fear of sexual perversion. Paraphobia

Paraphobia is the fear of sexual perversion. Treatment of ParaphobiaFor many individual who are suffering from sexual perversion - Paraphobia. Don't always feel the need of treatment because they can just avoid the object of their fear.

Fear of the opposite sex (Sexophobia). Heterophobia

Sexophobia is the fear of sexual organs or sexual activities and, in a larger sense, the fear of sexuality. As such, it can be applied to the attitude of a person based on their educational background, personal experience, and psyche, or to general stigmatization from collective entities like religious groups, institutions and/or states. .

Fear of sameness, monotony or of homosexuality or of becoming homosexual. Homophobia

Homophobia is the fear of sameness, monotony or of homosexuality or of becoming homosexual. Homophobia SymptomsPhobias should never be taken very lightly. Because, all phobias can to some degree limit a persons daily activities and are in some cases the root cause that make someone experience anxiety and leading up all the way to depression.

Fear of sex. Genophobia

Genophobia or coitophobia is the physical or psychological fear of sexual relations or sexual intercourse. The word comes from the Greek nouns γένος genos, meaning "offspring", and φόβος phobos, meaning "fear". This word is also formed from the Greek noun phobos and the term coitus, referring to the act of copulation in which a male reproductive organ penetrates a female reproductive tract.

Fear of sexual love or sexual questions. Erotophobia

Erotophobia is a term coined by a number of researchers in the late 1970s and early 1980s to describe one pole on a continuum of attitudes and beliefs about sexuality. The model of the continuum is a basic polarized line, with erotophobia (fear of sex or negative attitudes about sex) at one end and erotophilia (positive feelings or attitudes about sex) at the other end. The word erotophobia is derived from the name of Eros, the Greek god of erotic love, and Phobos, Greek (φόβος) for "fear".

Fear of sexual abuse. Contreltophobia

Contreltophobia is the fear of sexual abuse. Treatment of ContreltophobiaFor many individual who are suffering from sexual abuse - Contreltophobia. Don't always feel the need of treatment because they can just avoid the object of their fear.

Fear of sexual abuse. Agraphobia

Agraphobia is the fear of sexual abuse. Agraphobia Symptoms Phobias should never be taken very lightly. Because, all phobias can to some degree limit a persons daily activities and are in some cases the root cause that make someone experience anxiety and leading up all the way to depression.

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January 21st 2021

Radiophobia

Radiophobia is a fear of ionizing radiation. Given that significant doses of radiation are harmful, even deadly (i. e.