A Phobia or Fear of hats or headgear, perhaps what is under them, or of wearing them.
The opposite of this would be the love or fetish of hats kapelophile which likely stems from the French words chapeau, chapeaux, chapeaus, capel or chapel which originate from the Latin word cappellum "hood, hat", the diminutive of cappa "hooded cloak", which is also where cap pulls it's original meaning from.
Thus, you could extrapolate kapelophobia or chapeauphobia, chapeauphile could just as well be valid words.. if you are creative like that, and they sound a more appropriate than... cock-laphobia
We seem to be lacking good long fancy words for hat, which is a real shame. *tips hat*
His cocklaphobia meant that he preferred to use an umbrella.
A small vaginal adornment, usually a cocktail umbrella or minature hat.
Her garish yet tasteful choice of cuntwizzle heightened the pleasure of sexual congress.
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A victorian goth is still a goth but one who dresses in an older style. A victorian goth may be seen wearing a black corset, long black skirt, boots and maybe a shawl or umbrella. Plus jewelly of course. This type of goth is not to be mistaken for a vampire goth, they dont wear fangs but still wear a paler shade of foundation (and no Im not saying that they're not dark skinned). Male victorian goths wear black trousers, maybe waist coat or jacket. Plus top hat (maybe).
A victorian goth can be labeled from their clothing BUT they do have their own mannerisms.
Victorian Goth: Black ruffled skirt, black bustier, grey silk shirt.
Cyber Goth: Torn PVC dress, neon wig.
A drug user or addict. Hophead is an umbrella term for users of everything from cocaine to marijuana (or 'tea' - which is a jazz era term, not one that originated with the Beats as is erroneously noted elsewhere @ the Urban Dictionary) to benzedrine (aka 'bennies'/amphetamine). The term sprang from the early jazz scene in 1920's/30's America.
Decades later, beer aficionados appropriated the term to refer to themselves (with a wry tip of the hat to it's original meaning).
Mezz Mezzrow, an early marijuana dealer, smoked his own product and was himself a hophead.