The Enema as an Erotic Art & Its History

BUTT FIRST, A Few Reviews:

"...Barton-Jay's book has nothing to do with scat...what the book is about is being filled--not in fantasy, as in "Oh-hot-baby-fill-me-with-your-come" (our lovers never have the quarts of come we want to think they have), but rather softly filled with water until the pressure seizes our bodies in bliss."
- Darrell Yates-Rist, CHRISTOPHER STREET


"An art director's dream, from its subtle cover...to its carefully chosen illustrations...to its quality paper and well positioned text...this isn't a book to be read in one sitting...impressive historical, sociological and psychological data backed up by belleslettres outtakes, photos, and true-life experiences. If Barton-Jay prevails, Americans will soon be chanting,"we have met the enema and..."
- Brandon Judell, THE VILLAGE VOICE
"A treasure, a lovingly produced, funny, exhaustive, erotic, educational, aesthetically pleasing, reassuring, explicit book, put together by one intelligent pervert for the joy and gratification of other intelligent perverts."
- Pat Califia, THE ADVOCATE

by David Barton-Jay

The Enema was the first curative medical measure known to humans, discovered in the animal kingdom by the Ibis bird, artfully documented in this mASSterpiece on this esoteric subject. It had become a pleasurable pASStime centuries long before the Victorian’s had such erotic fun with the very private procedure.

The Enema is the most significant source of sexual energy in the life of David Barton-Jay, and is responsible for his rarest moments of purest gratification. For him, since before puberty and continuing to this day, the enema holds within its powerful swell an almost magical potential for pleasure.

Beginning with a beautifully illustrated look into his experience as a young boy, the book discloses many of his most private thoughts, and those of countless thousands of others. It is designed to inform, to entertain, and to satisfy readers of all sexual persuasions.

The elaborate volume weighs over 2 pounds and contains 144 illustrations/130 photographs presenting the penetrating history of the enema and its erotic allure in both fact and fiction. It discusses the aspect of healthfulness, depicts the broad range of related paraphernalia, and details the methodology with acute sensitivity.