ANSWERS: 6
  • 1. Political Correctness gone mad. 2. Phobia is an anxiety disorder, fear of something. 3. I agree with you just because you disagree with something does not mean you have a phobia, unfortunately people are now conditioned to leave their brain at the door for fear of being labelled somethingaphobic, rascist, or my favourite xenophobic, (that's a word they like to throw about which one thought up that? I wonder who's job that is?) I wonder if in Islam they call people who disagree with other religions Christianaphobic? or Atheistaphobic, or Judaismaphobic, or Hinduaphobic, or Buddistaphobic, wow there's no end to this....
    • mushroom
      Merriam Webster says the first known use of xenophobia was in 1877.
    • Creamcrackered
      I just took a look Mushroom, it is a politically used word, however the increase in its usage is a all time high in comparison to when it was first created, maybe that's why it appears so recent. https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/xenophobia
    • bostjan64
      Atheophobia is a word, although only in print for about 15 years, which means fear or hatred of atheists.
    • Creamcrackered
      Lol!! I rest my case.
    • Archie Bunker
      Is politicallycorrectaphobia a word? If not, it should be.
    • bostjan64
      Allodoxaphobia - the fear of other people's opinions. LOL
  • thats just the word people are using
  • I'm phobiaphobic. Afraid of getting a fear. Hahaha!
  • I must be bubblegumaphobic. Though I chew it when I take it out of my mouth...etc. hahaha
    • Archie Bunker
      As long as it's not stuck to my shoe, I'm cool with it.
    • Linda Joy
      Or in my hair!
  • Look up "hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia," or don't, if you have it.
    • Linda Joy
      Aaaaahhhhhh!
    • V. Sou
      How dare you. I am sobbing now.
  • I don't know, something tells me that the fear is spread through the air. That is why I am always using a mask. Or maybe because I am just ugl-.

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