“You have female slavery on Gor?” said the woman.

“You have female slavery on Gor?” said the woman.
“And male slavery,” said her companion, lifting his wine glass to her, as though toasting her.
“At least you are consistent!” she laughed.
“Male slaves,” said Mirus, “are less in evidence. It is not unusual for them to be kept chained, and put to heavy labors, in the fields, the quarries, the galleys, such places.”
“Female slaves, on the other hand, like our pretty little Ellen here,” said her companion, “are usually set to less arduous labors, though perhaps to tasks commonly more repetitive and servile. They are useful for domestic labors. Too, of course, they can be used with great frequency for purposes which comport with their beauty.”

Prize of Gor, p.173

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