Rich Leonardi has coined a great word "Orientemophobia." This word of course applies to how every article on the the extraordinary form of the Mass for the Latin rite must mention that the priest has his back to the people. He also provides a great example of Orientemophobia in the caption of a picture for a news story.
This reminded me of something else. Have you ever been in one of those common new church architecture styles where the Church is laid out like a fan auditorium style and the where the priest during the homily tries to make eye contact with everyone? I call this Ad Oscillating where the priest acts just likes one of those lawn sprinklers that slowly rotates around 180 degrees and then starts over again. There is this precise semi-shuffle as the priest slowly rotates on his axis so that he can make eye contact with all parts of the Church.