“But, at least, you wear a collar now, as you should,” he said.

“But, at least, you wear a collar now, as you should,” he said.
“Yes, Master,” I said.
“You are now, at last, a legal slave.”
“Yes, Master,” I said, frightened.

I was now, truly, here on this world, as I might have been in Ur, or Sumer, or Babylon, or Assyria, or Chaldea, or Egypt, or Greece, or Rome, or Persia, or Barbary, a legal slave, a slave held in full legality.

Dancer of Gor, p. 367

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