“RETURN ME TO APPANIUS OF AR’ she read. ‘A suitable legend for a collar,’ she smiled,

‘RETURN ME TO APPANIUS OF AR’ she read. ‘A suitable legend for a collar,’ she smiled, straightening up, ‘fitting for an animal.’
“’Yes, Mistress,’ I said.
“’You are an animal, you know,’ she said. “’Yes, Mistress,’ I said.
“’Incredible,’ she marveled, ‘the difference between one such as I and one such as you.’
“’Yes, Mistress,’ I said.
“’Such as you are meaningless,’ she said. ‘Mere livestock to be bought and sold, mere creatures to be peddled about, and chained and herded. How far you are from persons!

Worthless sluts such as you belong in collars. How appropriate it is for such as you, to be neck-encircled and marked! How foolish are some men to see anything in half-naked trivialities such as yourself. It is beyond me how any true man could find anything of your sort of any interest whatsoever. Sometimes I wonder if you are even human. Perhaps in some reduced, negligible, generous sense. I suppose you are useful, for lowly labors, and such. Nothings which are permitted to live to serve your betters. I wonder sometimes if such as I, a person, and such as you, no more than a beast, are even members of the same species.’

“Even had I not been back-braceleted and leash-constrained, I would have dared not speak, Master. How small and worthless, how despicable and shamed, I was before her august presence. She was a free woman. I was a slave.

Magicians of Gor, p. 626

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