homophobia

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prejudice against (fear or dislike of) homosexual people and homosexuality

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Queer as Folk,' by contrast, seems to go out of its way to pit gay and straight characters against each other, offering up a steady stream of stories that deal with anti-gay discrimination.
224) (emphasis original) This observation is the basis for his doctrinal argument that anti-gay discrimination is a form of sex discrimination subject to heightened scrutiny under the Fourteenth Amendment.
5 billion budget to try to eradicate anti-gay discrimination.
Whereas Cobb took a stand against injustice, Cardinal Winning endorses the injustice of anti-gay discrimination.
Based on weeks of firsthand observation and more than 100 interviews the trio conducted with residents on both sides of the fence, ``Bordertown'' weighs in on a number of thorny issues including ethnic tensions, anti-gay discrimination within the U.
The question, simply put, is whether or not there exists a rational basis for, or a legitimate state interest in, anti-gay discrimination.
Surveys consistently indicate that most voters oppose anti-gay discrimination and support civil-rights protections for lesbians and gays.
Milton Shapp and Philadelphia was one of the first cities to pass anti-gay discrimination legislation in 1982.
Peterson directs the show, which traces the lives of three people facing anti-gay discrimination 40 years after the Stonewall Riots.
Many voters will be disturbed by his failure to swiftly disown Mr Grayling's support for anti-gay discrimination.
This vague charge of violating moral decency is the legal fiction that allows anti-gay discrimination to persist in the work environment.
Bay Windows: Do you support the federal lesbian and gay civil rights bill that would ban anti-gay discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations and credit?
Some of these organizations, like the Salvation Army, are so extreme that they lobby for anti-gay discrimination, and they even discriminate against heterosexual Christians who don't share their narrow views.
Those who want to see anti-gay discrimination swept away will today be rubbing their hands with glee.