The slaves, of course, find in the collar

The slaves, of course, find in the collar, and tunic, and such, symbols of their new freedom, their welcomed liberation into true womanhood, and in them an indication of the transformative fulfillment at last of their deepest femininity, the outward signs, badges, so to speak, of the guiltless, inward joy which is now theirs, of the helpless submission, and the selfless surrender and love, which is their newly found happiness, and rapture, emergent inevitably, and by nature, from the categorical, uncompromised realities of their unconditional servitude.

Beasts of Gor, p. 256

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