I would have thought all slaves, all miserable girls in bondage, would be alike

“I would have thought all slaves, all miserable girls in bondage, would be alike,” she said.
“No,” I said. “Each girl wears her bondage differently. Each girl is unique and excitingly different.”
“How can that be?” she asked.
“I do not know,” I said. “Perhaps bondage releases a woman’s uniqueness and individuality. It releases her from the constrictions of verbalisms and stereotypes and permits her to be truly herself, within of course the latitudes of her nature, that of slave.”
“Do you think women are truly slaves?” she asked.
“Ultimately and profoundly,” I said. “That does not agree with the principles you have been taught, principles developed to facilitate a certain sort of society, or perhaps even with your immediate intuitions on the matter, a function of your conditioning to accept these principles, but it stands up to the test of life experiences.”
“I sense that it is so,” she whispered.
“Why else,” I asked, “would women dream of chains and the collar?”
“I do not know,” she said.

Beasts of Gor, p. 447

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