What can you do to help stop homophobia?
There are several things you can do to help stop homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia: Don’t ever use negative or offensive language to describe LGBTQ people. Be careful of how even casual language — such as saying “that’s so gay”— can hurt others. Don’t believe stereotypes about LGBTQ people or make assumptions about them.
How to get over homophobia?
1) Set goals for yourself. It’s important to turn the effects of internalized homophobia around and goal setting is a good place to start. 2) Learn to love yourself. This can be easier said than done and may take some time. Try doing things that build your self-esteem. 3) Eliminate the sources of homophobia in your life. Often if you have a bad case of internalized homophobia, your social surroundings are entrenched in anti-gay thought. 4) Steer clear of homophobic people. Do you work or go to school with someone who makes negative remarks about gay people or who tells jokes about gay people? 5) Talk to friends who make homophobic remarks. Finding a 3rd party advocate when someone makes a homophobic comment may not always be possible.
How can I/we prevent homophobia?
Don’t ever use negative or offensive language to describe LGBTQ people.
How do I handle homophobia?
Part 1 of 3: Handling the Pain of Homophobia Don’t take it personally.  … Find support. Although it may be difficult to know that everyone from religious groups and conservative politics do not support who you are, this pain can be eased by Join an advocacy group. See a mental health counselor.