I may not own a motorcycle yet I have no problem sharing the road with them & believe they should have the same rights & freedoms as when I drive my car.<quoted text>It is hard to imagine people being scared of homosexuals. However, RealDave's phobia denotes fear and bigotry only, then far more heterophobic homosexuals than homophobic heterosexuals exist.
Fear need not follow from hatred or vice versa RealDave. For instance, one could fear riding a motorcycle, but one need not hate motorcycles because one is scared of riding one. Similarly, one could hate Jar Jar Binks ®, but nobody fears him. Homosexuals and homophiles like you know this, and you define homophobia in terms of hatred of homosexuals or homosexuality. RealDave's definition of homophobia includes an opposition to the demands of homosexuals, which is very curious.
I don't all them names.
You don't want to "share the road" with homosexuals & call them names. You must be afraid of something else why would you care?