The slave is owned

The slave is owned.

So why then should she not be displayed? Is not the vanity of the master, indeed, of any man, innocently gratified by the display of his treasures? He proudly exhibits his belongings, and thus shares his joy with others. He shows his house, his gardens, his fountains, his trophies, his paintings, his carvings, his statuary, his gems, his many treasures, and so why not his silken kaiila, his sinuous sleen, his slim, lithe, well-curved, scantily clad, closely collared hot-eyed slaves?

Fighting Slave of Gor, p. 513

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