A woman who regards herself as a beauty on Earth

A woman who regards herself as a beauty on Earth might, accordingly, find herself laboring in the public kitchens or laundries on Gor. She would then have to learn, from the beginning, so to speak, and perhaps lengthily and painfully, how to please men as best she can, within her imposed physical limitations.

And some of these girls, I understand, eventually, in spite of these limitations, become jewels and treasures to their masters. The most important criteria for slave selection, however, I suspect, are such things as having extremely strong female urges and incredibly profound emotional depths.

Dancer of Gor, p. 370

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