“You will commonly kneel in the presence of free persons,“ said Cabot.

“You will commonly kneel in the presence of free persons,“ said Cabot.
“You will address free men as “Master,“ free women as “Mistress.” Instant and unquestioning obedience is expected of you. Commonly, you are not to speak unless you have been given permission to do so. When you speak you will speak with softness and deference. You can own nothing. It is you who are owned. You are a property, an animal, subject to buying and selling, trading, and such. You are completely at the disposal and pleasure of your master, in all ways.”
“In all ways?”
“Yes.”

Kur of Gor, p. 196

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