“Am I to understand, that the men of your world do not take their women in hand, and throw them to their feet?
“Am I to understand,” she asked, “that the men of your world do not take their women in hand, and throw them to their feet?”
“Of course not!” I said. “Our women are treated with total honor, and dignity and respect,” I said. “They are treated as our equals.”
“Poor men, poor women,” she said.
“I do not understand,” I said.
“You would make a love slave your equal?” she asked.
“Of course,” I said.
“You cheat her then of her opportunity to be overwhelmed, and to be forced to serve and love. You preclude her then from the fulfillment of her deepest nature.”
I said nothing.
“If you will not be a man,” she asked, “how can she be a woman?”
“Do you think that a woman is a slave?” I asked, scornfully.
“I have been in the arms of strong men,” she said. “Yes.”
Fighting Slave of Gor, p.171