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Just thought I should share:

BBC News - Gelotophobia: living a life in fear of laughter

I used to be afraid of laughter and thinking that when people laugh, they're laughing at me. Even when they're actually laughing at me, I feel resentment. I avoided crowds of laughing people like the plague. I've since joined a public speaking club and found a different side to laughter. I've discovered that it's OK to be laughed at, it doesn't have to be a shaming or embarassing experience.
I don't have a fear of it, but I'm very uncomfortable being laughed at, or having something I've said laughed at