An issue that has been made to appear black or white, wrong or right, one way or the other. These issues are intended to appear as though there are no other alternatives. People tend to polarize issues in an attempt to further their religious, environmental or political agendas.
"It's a polarized issue, you're either part of the solution or you're part of the problem."
"They polarize the issue to make it look like everyone either supports homosexuality or hates homosexuals."
A person who fears that getting married, having children or engaging in family relationships will suck the fun and excitement out of their life. These people tend to believe that such relationships would restrict them from chasing their dreams, reaching their goals and living life the way they choose.
Family-phobes put off marriage until they have chased all their dreams. They put off having children until they have met all their goals. Family is something they get around to when there's nothing left to do. Family-phobes tend to be self absorbed. Their life revolves around their own entertainment, education, career, or cause.