Free & slave


  • “Pronounce yourself slave,” he said, “—but only if you wish.”

    “Pronounce yourself slave,” he said, “—but only if you wish.”“Please!” she begged.“—Only if you wish,” he said.“I am a slave,” she said.“You are a slave,” he said.She looked up at […]

  • “Is there anyone here who wants this slave?” inquired Seibar, looking about.

    “Is there anyone here who wants this slave?” inquired Seibar, looking about.“No,” said more than one man.“Put her out,” said another.“Give her to sleen,” said another.“No, no,” she wept. “Please, […]

  • “Have I collared you?” he asked.

    “Have I collared you?” he asked.“No,” she said, keeping her head down, “but it is my hope that you will do so.”“Have I indicated any interest in having you as […]

  • “Claim me, Master!” she wept.

    “Claim me, Master!” she wept. “I am an unclaimed slave! Claim me, I beg it!” Cabot looked down upon her. “Want me!” she begged. “I beg to be wanted!” “You […]

  • “Who are you?” asked Mintar

    “Who are you?” asked Mintar, leaning forward a bit, inspecting first me and then Talena, whom he regarded with small interest. “Tarl of Bristol,” I said. “And this is my […]

  • You will cut off the ears and nose of each

    “What are you going to do?” asked Seremides. “Scar them, to lower their value?”“I am not satisfied so easily,” said Talena.“Ah!” said Seremides, “you will cut off the ears and […]

  • “Do you think you are a free woman?” inquired the officer.

    “Do you think you are a free woman?” inquired the officer.“Master?” she said.“Free women may lie,” said the officer. “Slaves may not.” Quarry of Gor, p. 196

  • “Free her,” I said.

    “Free her,” I said.Samos, with a general key, one used for many of the gray collars, unlocked the band of steel which encircled her lovely throat.“Am I truly free?” she […]

  • “When one wishes the truth from a woman,

    “When one wishes the truth from a woman,” said the Lady Dorna, “you should put her on her knees. It is hard for a woman on her knees not to […]

  • “You are Zia,” said the voice.

    “You are Zia,” said the voice. “You are a barbarian. Your first public sale was in Brundisium, at the market of Anesidemus. You were sold for three copper tarsks, forty. […]


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