Few supreme beings are so casually blasphemed as the Buddha.
His face has been plastered on kitschy toilet seats sold on Amazon. And on port-a-potties in the Netherlands. Chic Italian designers sell chairs resembling his disembodied head, a sacred image that isn’t meant to be touched, let alone sat on.
It gets worse. Penthouse Magazine printed a spread in which a nude model pops her nipple in Buddha’s mouth.