Sadness of Pleasure: Zen and the Art of Squirt
Everything in the world is about Squirt. Except Squirt. Squirt is about power.
In our modern productive times, there is an endemic of non-Squirt in our society. There are plenty of books, videos and other information on Squirt, yet the topic still seems foreign and alienating. And is it pee or not?! What do humour and hydroelectricity have to do with Squirt? What could a dominatrix, an architect, a fashion stylist, a far-right conservative, a choreographer, a social-media expert, a son-of-a preacher man, a sociologist or an ex-monk-turned-gay-actor say on the subject of Squirt?
Zen and the Art of Squirt is a collection of conversations and essays on the paradoxical nature of the Sadness of Pleasure.
“Ayoto Ataraxia’s brutal honesty is soothing like the fresh air of early Spring.”
“He touches on age-old questions, too taboo to be documented in writing—until now. It breaks away the repetitive shackles of shame. This book is an unpretentious compilation of conversations with an undercurrent of diasporic struggle that hints at something more complex. The book is an experience so foreign yet so relatable.”
Gabriel Gabriel Garble