Certain prosaic regularities contribute to this purpose
Certain prosaic regularities contribute to this purpose, that the slave will commonly kneel upon entering the master’s presence, that she may speak only when having the master’s permission to do so, that she must often kneel and kiss the whip or switch in the morning, that she may not clothe herself without his permission, that she may not take food before the master, that she may not leave the domicile without his permission, and she must give an account of her intentions before leaving and an account of her activities upon returning, and so on.
Many such things remind her of her bondage. Too, one must not forget what occurs at her master’s slave ring.
Swordsmen of Gor, p. 679