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- Ithyphallophobia is the morbid fear of seeing, thinking or having an erect penis.
- Genophobia is the fear of sex.
- Transphobia is to fear or dislike of transgender or transsexual people.
- Agraphobia is the fear of sexual abuse.
- Chiraptophobiais the phobia of being touched.
- Cypridophobia is the fear of prostitutes or venereal disease.
- Erotophobiathe is the phobia of sexual love or sexual questions.
- Eurotophobia is the phobia of female genitalia.
- Venustraphobiais to be scared of beautiful women.
- Gynophobia is the fear of women.
- Androphobia is the fear of men.
- Gymnophobia is the morbid phobia of being nude.
- Heterophobia is the phobia of the opposite sex.
- Syphilophobia is to fear the disease of syphilis.
- Medomalacuphobia is to fear losing an erection.
- Menophobia is the phobia of menstruation.
- Paraphobia is the fear of sexual perversion.
- Parthenophobia Fear of virgins or young girls.
- Phallophobia is the phobia of a penis, especially when erect.
- Philematophobia is the fear of kissing.
- Philophobia to fear falling in love or being in love.
- Virginitiphobia is the fear of rape.
- Oneirogmophobia is the fear if wet dreams
- Homophobia is the fear or dislike of homosexual people.
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