They are slaves. Therefore, let there be no mistake in the matter
They are slaves. Therefore, let there be no mistake in the matter. Let them be revealed as what they are. They are animals, and merchandise. Let them be so exhibited, to the eyes of all.
How terrible it would be to confuse a mere slave, a lowly slave, with a glorious free woman. How grievously insulting to the glorious free woman!
That a woman is in bondage is to be made evident to all. That she is no more than a slave should be manifest. It must be divulged to all, with perfect clarity, given even the briefest glimpse, that she is a slave. Too, it is good for the slave to be so distinguished. Dressed in a certain way, and such, she is not likely to forget herself, not likely to forget that she is nothing, only slave.
Savages of Gor, p. 278