Deficient erogenous sensitivity is interpretable as increased sexual pleasure
The complete natural sensual gratification is physically unattainable to the circumcised because they lack the necessary receptors. The most immediate result of the reduced sexual sensitivity following proper circumcision is prolonged and tougher sexual act. Our impression is that this arouses the envy of Christian men who assume by backward logic that circumcised men experience and give more pleasure to their women. However, Christians inevitably extrapolate the sensation of their intact pleasure tentacles to deduce this so that they certainly overvalue the pleasure that circumcised experience. Their appraisal is biased and says nothing about the quality of the sexual perception that circumcised men and their women actually feel.
We doubt that Christian men are very concerned about the pleasure of women of the circumcised. They rather envy Muslims’ option for polygamy. The question about the pleasure women feel is difficult because the answer is subjective and depends on individual preferences and experience which women of closed societies may not have or would hardly dare to unveil. What is certain is that women’s gratification is not directly proportional to duration and roughness of the act.[i] A number of investigations and testimonials about this can be found on the internet and we encourage women to increase this number.[ii][iii]
Sexual frustration is interpretable as increased sexual pleasure
The removal of sexual receptors reduces sexual sensitivity but does not drain sexual energy. Part of the sexual desire of the circumcised cannot be gratified in the natural way. This causes a sexual frustration that the Circumcision complex tries to redirect and discharge. The compensations of the Circumcision complex are effective in proper environment. Without the routine social regulation the frustration and its sexual character tend to become obvious. Yet, the later in life the circumcision is performed the more evident the sexual character of the frustration it induces tends to be due to the shallower cortical reorganization.
The Circumcision complex may be evaluated differently depending on the profoundness of its compensations, the context of the situation and the attitude of the observer. The psychological intensity of the circumcised may show as restlessness and inner insecurity. These may spread to any field of activity and may border with perfectionism, fanaticism or aggressiveness. The chronic dissatisfaction of the circumcised may be taken for principal disloyalty and furtiveness. The common traits of their behaviour attest clannishness and may be considered to indicate conspiracy. As long as the core of the obsession of the circumcised is unrecognized it has a great potential to raise suspicions of various kinds. They have crystalized in the stereotypes of the circumcising groups.
In politics and business the negative sides of the compensations of the Circumcision complex may be menifested as disloyalty, possessiveness, insatiability, relentlessness and aggressiveness. In ordinary life the intensity of the circumcised may be interpreted as insecurity, hidden intentions, pleasure seeking and sex-lust even in entirely asexual situations. The coexistence of mutually exclusive asexual and sexual Jewish stereotypes reflects the variety of the mental effects of circumcision and of their interpretations which seemingly discredits their veracity.