Sexuality as seen within the doctrines of Christianity is an entity entirely unto itself. Other spiritual doctrines recognize that sexuality is a normal, healthy, natural expression of one's physical being and not merely a way of procreating the species. Christianity takes a much narrower view of sexual interactions and this view often leads to frustrated people who eventually give vent to frustration aggression.
As a patriarchal religion-God is seen as male, and men hold the most notable positions of authority-such things as controlling the masses and procreation along paternal lines were all important considerations when creating the rules and guidelines for Christian life. To flaunt the rules is, according to doctrine, a ticket straight to the depths where the Devil reigns, otherwise known as Hell. Since humans will be humans and as such will often flaunt the rules and regulations they know to be in place. They engender feelings of guilt and shame which leads to increased frustrated levels of emotions which often finds release in frustration aggression.
Frustration aggression is never a healthy display and often times can be downright destructive. Many a sociopath and serial killer, not to mention those who turn to plain old thievery and violence on a less heinous level, have done so as a means of venting frustrated feelings. Often times these frustrated feelings have been incited by the guilt and shame felt after doing something that they had been taught was very wrong. In spite of knowing better, in the heat of the moment the temptation proved stronger than the promise of negative repercussions.
Pursuing sexual interactions in a non Christian manner, in other words, not following the narrow doctrines of when, where and with whom, as laid out by the Church but engaging in casual sex or some other sexual expression deemed blasphemous can lead to frustrated feelings and confusion. By the same token feeling that one has to adhere to guidelines that cause one to get frustrated because one adheres to them and there is a build up of pent up frustrated emotions can also lead to an explosive display of frustration aggression.
Hormones as explained by science in tandem with the naturally occurring sex drive so touted and catered to by the media can lead to frustrated feelings as well. If told one thing at home, for instance to abstain from all but appropriate displays of sexual expression as detailed by Christianity, another by all ones peers at work or school, then encouraged by the media blitzes to look marvelous and flaunt ones sexuality it's almost like having a bunch of lights swirling before ones eyes. What is the right thing to do? What is the best direction to go in?
Frustrated feelings come from any number of sources and oftentimes it's our minds that bring on those feelings. In other words we cause those frustrated feelings to occur because of the indoctrinations we are being bombarded with from all sides. In this day and age of mass media, ever decreasing world size, and increased personal evaluation based on ones material wealth, it's hard to know what the proper course of action is. Those prone to expressions of violence will often translate frustrated feelings into frustration aggression with its predictably negative results.
Guilt and shame are perhaps two of the toughest emotions to deal with and they are completely human creations.