There's not one thing other than being genitally mutilated at birth (and obviously w/out my consent) that mentally hurts me more now for the physical results of this barbaric act. It originated from Judaism and made its way into Christianity and Islam. Of course with Christianity, abiding to the old laws (most of which are man-made, since this is corrupted Judaism being discussed) hardly applies, so that's why 98% of males in Europe aren't mutilated and America is pretty much the only Christian country who does it, and unsurprisingly started sometime after the Holocaust when they befriended the Jews so much, and with mainstream Islam, you know there's no hope. They endorse that just as much, and even to some extent for females.
When I made this topic, I couldn't be taking more of the grief caused by my older brother (who had anxiety-based OCD and depression, though made the choice to irritate the crap out of people just so he's satisfied). Mid-way of this thread, this female hurt me like no tomorrow over FB; even if not intentional, I made it clear to her how I was affected and the person never responds, and blocks me instead. This was a lot worse to me than it sounds; you'd have to be me to realize it, and know how it makes you want death so much. Later I come to find out more about the terrible effects of circumcision (started reading in 2009) and learned it's far worse than I initially thought. I've come to realize how much God-given pleasure has been stripped due to people's ignorance, lack of common sense, and care to let me decide what happens to my OWN body (and obviously I'm not going to screw myself up by having a very purposeful part of my penis cut off)! I bet if I was kept unmutilated up to this point, I'd be getting a hell of a lot more stress relief and happier, and hence see more of an incentive to desire a future for myself (which I don't now).
I know there are a lot of circ'd boys/men, probably on this forum even, though with me, being a victim of this does not just take a physical toll, but a severe mental/psychological/emotional one as well.
All of these problems mentioned are due to people, so I don't much doubt that people are more directly to blame for any of these.