Some Gorean “coaches,” and fee carts, not many, are slung on layers of leather
Some Gorean “coaches,” and fee carts, not many, are slung on layers of leather. This gives a reasonably smooth ride but the swaying, until one accommodates oneself to it, can induce nausea, in effect, seasickness. This seems to be particularly the case with free women, who are notoriously delicate and given to imaginary complaints.
It is interesting to note that this “delicacy,” this pretentious fragility, or what not, and such “complaints,” usually disappear as soon as they have been enslaved. That is probably because they are then where they belong, in their place in nature. Too, looking up from their knees at their master they may realize he has little patience for such things.
Renegades of Gor, p. 23