The men looked down upon us, we both in nadu
The men looked down upon us, we both in nadu.
“Excellent,” said Kurik, appraisingly.
“I wonder,” said Drusus Andronicus, “why the men of Earth do not have their females so before them.”
“Doubtless, some do,” said Kurik.
This startled me. Could there be something of Gor on Earth? Could there be women there who knew the chain, who knelt, who kissed the whip, who had met men? Surely not! But could it be? I did not know.
Plunder of Gor, p. 392