Freudian psychology as an atheistic religion
Psychoanalysis is often regarded an atheistic science because it is interested in sexuality that Abrahamics consider unholy. However, that which psychoanalysis accentuates is the ugly and dangerous side of sexuality. It exaggerates the viciousness of sexuality and fertilizes the soil of the anti-sex religious moral. Psychoanalysis demonizes sexuality and justifies its tabooing in a scientific manner. Its key conceptions show the signs of sexual frustration. Or of castration anxiety, if we put it in its own terms. The apprehensive attitude towards human sexuality that circumcising religions and Freudian psychology have in common suggests that the long-term psychological effects of circumcision inspire both theological and psychoanalytical thought.