“Do you not think a love slave crawls fearfully beneath the whip of her master?” she asked.

“Do you not think a love slave crawls fearfully beneath the whip of her master?” she asked.

“Of course, she does,” I said. “She is a slave, like any other slave, and is accordingly to be treated as one. Indeed, it is especially important to keep such a slave under a full discipline, for she is such a treasure that there is sometimes a temptation to let her off too easily. This tendency must be guarded against. It can undermine the lovely exactitudes of the master/slave relationship. Accordingly, if she should become lax or imperfect in her service, in even a tiny way, or if she should prove at some time to be less than fully pleasing, in any way, perhaps only in a slight way, perhaps detectable only by her master, let her be punished, and well, as much, or more, than any other slave.”

“The love slave is still a slave, of course,” I said, “and, as any slave, must fear the whip. She, too, as any other slave, must be concerned to be fully pleasing.”

“Indeed,” I said, “she is perhaps more a slave than any other.”

“For she is held in her bondage by the strongest of all bonds, that of love.”

Mercenaries of Gor, p. 467-469

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