Your anger is justified. Being raped as a child is an indescribably awful thing to do or to have happen to you. As far as intrinsic evils go this takes the cake. After all, there is a reason Dante placed those who betray others in the lowest circle of hell. In the case of CSA the betrayal is physical, emotional, and spiritual. The person being betrayed is simultaneously isolated by their abuse yet not capable of dealing with it on their own at least not in any healthy fashion. This is why most of us spend our childhood surviving and some of our adulthood healing. And you are damn right I am angry about the lost time.
Being an adult citizen means I have certain responsibilities not the least of which is working a job. Jobs require a lot of your time and energy by themselves but often times we have families to care for as well. The thing is I, we, were robbed of a time period in which we were supposed to have an opportunity to grow intellectually, emotionally, and socially (not to mention enjoy simple childhood pleasures). So trust me when I tell you I empathize with your anger. I am working on it as I am sure you are but as long as we recognize its source and strive to not allow it to negatively affect our relationships with others (and ourselves actually) then we are making progress.
As far as circumcision goes we are at the very beginning of a paradigm shift on that issue. The first time I ever heard someone speak out against it was three years ago in my senior year at University. As the professor explained his position against male circumcision I thought to myself: "This guy doesn't get it." Turns out I didn't get it. This is one of those few issues (including male CSA) where guys get the short end of the stick as far as societal outcry and social support go. After all, there are not a lot of supporters of female genital mutilation in this country but most people won't bat an eye at the male version. Male circumcision is not reversible (as far as I know) and it directly affects our sexual lives for all time yet no anger. I understand the religious significance of the act for some, but can't that wait until the man is...well...actually a man and not a boy?
"Life is like this dark tunnel. You may not always see the light at the end of the tunnel, but if you keep moving, you will come to a better place." ~ General Iroh