The intolerance of circumcising religions of open sexuality betrays common sexual frustration. Circumcising cultures tend to show greater sensitivity to sexual matters. In some of them the lightly dressed western women are perceived as naked. The sight of the unveiled women easily provokes sexual desire in men. The greater sexual excitability may be interpreted as showing that the circumcised experience greater pleasure during sexual act and hence achieve greater gratification. On the other hand, the hypersexuality of an entire ethnos may have a compensatory character. First of all it may stem from physical limitation of the erogenous sensitivity, from a mass desensitization of genitalia that deprives gratification of completeness. And religious pedocircumcision is the chief suspect for the need to recommence..
Some may assert that the lustful behaviour of men from closed circumcising cultures is of purely cultural nature. Men are easily provoked, they say, because they are not accustomed to resist temptation or to repress their sexual desire. This implies that their lustfulness is externally challenged hence is relative, apparent, temporary and inessential: it is not an innate psychological characteristic but a social habit. It manifests itself only in contact with the less-restricted sexual display of the democratic societies and may be easily overcome and cultivated. But the latent hypersexuality of a culture is symptom of a widespread sexual frustration and shows it is sexually repressive at a fundamental level.
When we peel the cultural layer a purely somatic reason for the increased libido becomes evident. It is not difficult to guess that the reason for increased sexuality may simply be a result of the physical difference of genitalia. It is true that lustfulness is inflicted by culture but on a biological basis. The high sexual excitability is indicative of incomplete sublimation of sexual impulses we expect the mid-childhood circumcision to provide for. Circumcision of children removes already developing erogenous sensitivity and causes concrete sexual hunger that cannot be entirely redirected in later life. The ensuing dissatisfaction tends to remain in the sphere of sexuality. It is rather the effect of child circumcision that resembles a typical sexual frustration than that of infant circumcision.
The hypersexuality of men from closed circumcising cultures is the outcome of the inadequateness and incompleteness of their gratification but may be interpreted as attesting their greater pleasure. Unprejudicedly, the increased sexuality of the circumcised simply shows that they overvalue sexuality. Their compelling need stems from their physical chronic inability for full gratification and not from the greater pleasure they obtain from sex. The hypersexuality of those men is a fact that sex tourism utilizes. But that it goes hand in hand with insatiable dissatisfaction is its built-in disadvantage in which users have no interest. Advertisement of the libido-boost of circumcision proves to be truthful to outsiders but is false for insiders.
Sexual frustration is accompanied with increased sexual excitability. It does not grant greater gratification. On the contrary, it reveals incomplete fulfilment and an unappeasable must to accomplish it. Late circumcision may increase libido because it causes sexual frustration due to the physical limitation it imposes on gratification.
Both the lack of food and the lack of taste for it can produce hunger. The first is physical hunger and the latter is psychosomatic. Circumcised groups have plenty of sexual food, at least in theory, but their taste receptors are cut scarce. Closed circumcising cultures keep their subjects in a state of emotional hunger through the surgical removal of taste receptors and at the same time they mitigate their hunger by veiling the food. Then culture tries to redirect the energy of the chronic hunger towards religion and other socially acceptable activities, but this becomes increasingly difficult with increasing age when the desensitization happens is performed. Meanwhile cultural isolation is one of the means to conceal the cause of the hunger.
Apparently there are many advantages of being circumcised. Let them be the consolation of those who have gone beyond the point of no return.