Translation of homophobia in Spanish:


homofobia, n.

Pronunciation /ˌhoʊməˈfoʊbiə/ /ˌhɒməˈfəʊbɪə/ /ˌhəʊməˈfəʊbɪə/

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    homofobia feminine
    • Acts of racism, homophobia, xenophobia or just plain discrimination happen all the time.
    • It was a time of rampant discrimination, racism, homophobia and sexism.
    • Strategies to confront class inequality, sexism, racism and homophobia started to be discussed.
    • The conference discussed the impact of sexism, racism, homophobia and war on women.
    • She is hardly the first woman to battle sexism and homophobia in the ring.
    • Many young people are taking an active role in fighting homophobia and intolerance.
    • It's not subtly or covertly homophobic for a soap to have a gay character experience homophobia, is it?
    • It remains true that homophobia should not be encouraged any more than any other phobia.
    • In other words, homophobia is to gays and lesbians what racism is to people of color.
    • I want to remind people that homophobia stills exist and that we still must watch out.
    • I lost a career in law enforcement and later one in accounting due to homophobia.
    • I wrote about coming out in the family and about the insidious homophobia of siblings.
    • The situation has changed a lot, but homophobia runs deep in this society.
    • While the police once raided gay clubs to arrest people, today they cruise them to encourage the reporting of homophobia.
    • To purposefully remove such material from the syllabus can surely only lead to homophobia or ignorance in the minds of pupils?
    • The erosion of homophobia by degrees will take many decades more.
    • At the same time, I counted more casual/ clusmy homophobia in the American media than ever before.
    • Though the film's homophobia, bullying and brutality are fictional, they resonate with truth.