“Pronounce yourself slave,” he said, “—but only if you wish.”

“Pronounce yourself slave,” he said, “—but only if you wish.”
“Please!” she begged.
“—Only if you wish,” he said.
“I am a slave,” she said.
“You are a slave,” he said.
She looked up at him, pathetically.
“It is done,” he said. “You have no power to reverse such things. Do you understand, girl?”
“Yes,” she whispered, “I am a girl.”
“And does the girl understand?”
“Yes,” she whispered, “the girl understands.”
“You are an unclaimed slave,” he said. “An unclaimed slave is subject to claimancy.”
“Claim me,” she said.
“Do you beg to be claimed?”
“Yes!”
“I claim you.”

Prize of Gor, p. 1054

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