One must learn to wear, and move well within tunics
One must learn to wear, and move well within, tunics, camisks, gowns, slave strips, ta-teeras, and such, of various sorts. “Walk,” had said the leader of the instructresses, “walk, Allison, in the third walk of the slave.”
There are, of course, a repertory of behaviors, walks, postures, prostrations, obeisances, and such, with which a slave is trained.
They are, after all, intended to be sold as dreams of pleasure to men.
Conspirators of Gor, p. 121