“Are you the owner of this slave?” asked the free woman of Boots Tarsk-Bit.

“Are you the owner of this slave?” asked the free woman of Boots Tarsk-Bit.
“Yes, Lady,” he said.
“I suggest that she be beaten,” she said.
“Perhaps an excellent suggestion,” said Boots Tarsk-Bit,
“as she is a slave, but have you any special reason in mind, not that one needs one, of course.”
“I do not care for her performance,” said the free woman.
“It is difficult to please everyone,” Boots admitted.
“But I assure you that if I, her master, am not fully satisfied with her performance, I will personally tie her and see that she is well whipped.”
“I find her performance disgusting,” she said.
“Yes, Lady,” said Boots.
“And I find it an insult to free women!” said the free woman.
“Yes, Lady,” said Boots, patiently.
“Let us see the rest of the play,” said a man.
“So beat her!” said the free woman.
“I see no reason to beat her,” said Boots. “She is doing precisely what she is supposed to be doing. She is obeying. She is being obedient. If she were not being obedient, then I would beat her, then I would see to it that she were suitably and lengthily lashed.”

Players of Gor, p. 214

Subscribe to the Wiki

Enter your email address and receive notifications of new quotes by email.

Archive