“It is interesting,” I said, “that free women should consider their favors of such magnitude.”
“It is interesting,” I said, “that free women should consider their favors of such magnitude, when they are in fact so shabby, flat, and jejune. Free women are so naive, so untutored, so uninformed, so unrealistic, so ignorant.”
I thought I heard a sob.
“But perhaps,” I said, “it is a matter rather of the innate and signal superiority of the free woman, that she scorns such unspeakable vulgarities, that such things are not for her, that she is too lofty for them, that she is above such things.”
Mercenaries of Gor, p. 591