She had lowered her eyes, that they not meet without permission those of a free man

She had lowered her eyes, that they not meet without permission those of a free man. Then she had knelt.

She did not meet my eyes. She was, after all, her master’s property, not mine. Even the casual glance of a slave might enflame a fellow. A slave who is careless with her glances, her smiles, might be beaten.

If I owned Alcinoe, and she smiled at another fellow, I thought I would give her a good switching.

Mariners of Gor, p. 164-165

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