Do you think any true man would let a curvaceous, luscious beauty
“Do you think any true man would let a curvaceous, luscious beauty like you, a mere prisoner set out for pleasure, a future slave, circumvent his whims in a situation like this, that he would not exploit his advantage, so to speak,” I said.
“Tell him that that is exactly what a true man would do!” said the daughter.
“Do not be stupid,” said the woman. “We are not talking here about weaklings who call themselves ‘true men,’ trying to disguise their weakness under false titles, but true men.”
Mercenaries of Gor, p. 287