Most private slaves have a standing permission to clothe themselves

Most private slaves have a standing permission to clothe themselves, but some masters require the girl to request this permission every morning.

“May I clothe myself, Master.” In this way that there is a permission involved is explicitly acknowledged. As an animal the slave is not entitled to garmenture, no more than any other animal, say, a verr or kaiila. Many times, of course, the slave is permitted to dress and adorn herself, subject to the master’s approval. They can be quite ingenious in devising adornments and garmentures which brazenly exhibit and excitingly accentuate their bondage. The slave lives for the master, and wants to please him. Why, then, should she not draw attention to herself, as she can, and in ways likely to be stimulatory not only to his sexuality but to hers, as well?

Certainly slave garments, like bracelets, cords, ropes and chains, whips, the switch, hoods, blindfolds and gags, are arousing to the slave as well as to the master. They make clear her bondage, her absolute powerlessness, and her subjection to his will. She must submit to what he does to her. He is master. She is slave. And, he, of course, thrives in the mastery, the right and fulfillment of his manhood. What man does not desire to have absolute power over a beautiful woman, to have her at his beck and call, to have her at his least bidding, to have her obedient and submitted, to have her his, to own her?

Magicians of Gor, p. 776-777

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