Phallophobia in its narrower sense is a fear of the erect penis    and in a broader sense an excessive aversion to masculinity. Alternative terms for this condition include ithyphallophobia  or medorthophobia. In its broadest sense the term can be used metaphorically, for example in regards to pro-feminists. This may occur in an aesthetic setting,  or in a sociological setting. Sigmund Freud has footnoted the possibility that this fear may be derived from a lack of ingenuity allowing one to ornamentally distance the copulatory organs from the excretory organs. It does not necessarily have to be induced by an uncovered penis, but may also result from seeing the manbulging outline or curvature of the penis, perhaps through clothes consisting of thin fabric.
When the Penis Is Waaaay Too Big, According to Women
Phallophobia - Wikipedia
After every sexual escapade my friends and I enjoyed in college, we'd ask each other one very big, important question: "Was he packing the heat? It's almost comical to think having a big penis equates to good sex, because, honestly -- and this is something I wish I could scream at my early something self -- that's just total bullshit. Because those are still great. But it does mean how you use it will almost always trump size.
Emotional Stages Of Seeing a Penis, By Age
Is there a name for this? What if I'm hurting it? It doesn't look delicate, but what if I yank it off or something? I bet I'm not doing this right. AGE 17 Okay.
Here we asked 13 women to cast their minds back and share their reactions to seeing a penis for the first time. Their responses are bound to have you nodding your head in solidarity. Like it emerged from its pyjama and then went back in there to hide when it was done. I also thought it looked like Gonzo [from the Muppets] when flaccid. Or do I wait for it to change more?