Sometimes a free woman’s slaves, obedient to the orders of conquering men

And, too, one does not kill kajirae, no more than one would sully or soil the rugs of Tor, or deface the intricate mosaics of Venna. Kajirae are not free persons, not enemies, no more than kaiila. They are goods, loot, pleasure animals. One does not kill them. One appropriates them, one seizes them, owns them, and enjoys them.

 

Sometimes a free woman’s slaves, obedient to the orders of conquering men, will seize, strip, and bind their mistress, and throw her to the feet of the victors, for the collar and iron. And many a free woman strips herself and, in the streets, before victors, as walls tumble and houses burn, performs obeisance, hoping to be spared for the coffle and market.

Plunder of Gor, p.373

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