Tag: purpose of slave garments


  • “Stand,” he said.

    “Stand,” he said. Happily I stood, pulling the garment down more, hastily, modestly, about my thighs. Then I realized, blushing, that doing this must have as its consequence the greater […]

  • Quickly she knelt, her back toward the wall

    Quickly she knelt, her back toward the wall. Her wrists were pinioned behind her, in slave bracelets, as usual. Today she wore a simple brown slave tunic. It was a […]

  • As animals we need not be permitted clothing

    As animals we need not be permitted clothing, but, I am informed, many cities recommend the clothing of slaves in public, assuming that the clothing makes it clear that we […]

  • The slave tunic is designed not only to mark a woman as a slave

    The slave tunic is designed not only to mark a woman as a slave, and distinguish her dramatically and unmistakably from a free woman, but to enforce upon its occupant […]

  • “Your tunic,” I said, “is more modest than mine.”

    “Your tunic,” I said, “is more modest than mine.” Surely its greater length, not that it was so much greater, was to conceal more of her legs.“Tastes differ,” she said. […]

  • “What is it?” I asked.

    “What is it?” I asked.“A tunic,” he said. “Put it on. I would see it on you.”I slipped it over my head, and tried to pull down the hems at […]

  • I pulled on the tunic

    I pulled on the tunic. I had never worn such a thing before. I wondered if one might not be more naked in such a thing than without it.. . […]

  • What I have in my hand are seven tunics

    What I have in my hand are seven tunics, slave tunics, garments designed to be worn by slaves, if they are permitted clothing. Each of you will take one, and […]

  • In a moment I had pulled on the tunic

    In a moment I had pulled on the tunic, and fastened the disrobing loop at the left shoulder.“It is too long,” he said, “but it can be considerably shortened later.”I […]

  • The first thing I would have done was discard the long, heavy, opaque Pani tunic,

    The first thing I would have done was discard the long, heavy, opaque Pani tunic, which seemed quite inappropriate for a slave, at least in good weather, given what a […]


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