“One’s relationship to collar meat, of any sort,” said a fellow
“One’s relationship to collar meat, of any sort,” said a fellow, he I took to be a mercenary, “is uncomplicated.”
“Who is concerned with collar meat?” said another.
“They are all the same, Gorean or barbarian. One will treat them as one wishes.”
“I think,” said another, “it is even more delicious to take a Gorean woman, one of those haughty she-sleen, so arrogant and lofty in their pride, so pretentiously superior, and strip them and teach them the collar.”
Mariners of Gor, p. 16-17