“May I surmise from this,” she asked, “as I know little of slavery”

“May I surmise from this,” she asked, “as I know little of slavery, and am new to the condition, that there can be tenderness and kindness for a slave?”
“There can be tenderness and kindness for a slave,” I said, “of course. It is not permitted, however, to compromise in the least the iron discipline under which she is kept.”
“I see,” she said.
I regarded her.
“I want to be kept under an iron discipline,” she said.
“I know,” I said.

Blood Brothers of Gor, p.167

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