genophobia


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genophobia

(ˌdʒɛnəˈfəʊbɪə; ˌdʒiːnəʊ-)
n
(Psychoanalysis) the fear of sexual intercourse
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genophobia

coitophobia.
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Diver & Jane Maslow Cohen, Genophobia: What Is Wrong with Genetic Discrimination1?, 149 U.
There is a condition called genophobia where people are genuinely terrified of having intercourse, but I am sure that isn't the case with you.
Nor the person who receives the stem cell transplant that might save his or her life." Limiting this procedure, they said, is an infringement on individual liberty, and it should not be restricted "simply out of the 'genophobia' that grips much of society today."