“Only a fool buys a woman clothed,” she said.

“Only a fool buys a woman clothed,” she said.
“That is a Gorean saying,” I said.
“Imnak taught it to me,” she laughed.
“Surely you see the sense of it?” I asked.
“Of course,” she said, “if I were a man I would buy a woman only if she were naked. I would want to see what I was getting, completely.”
“Precisely,” I said.

“I would even want to try her out,” she said, boldly.
“That is done in certain sorts of sales,” I said, “such as purple booth sales in the courtyard of a slaver’s house.”
“If there were a handsome buyer, I would try hard to please him,” she said.
“You would try hard to please any potential buyer,” I said,
“or your owner, the slaver, would express his dissatisfaction to you.”
“I see,” she said.

 

Beasts of Gor, p.397

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