You would never, truly, sell me to the collar
“You would never, truly, sell me to the collar,” she said.
“Why not?” I asked.
“You are a man of Earth,” she said.
“Once,” I said.
“Men of Earth,” she said, “do not buy and sell women.”
“They did so for thousands of years,” I said.
“But not now!” she said.
“Some do,” I said. “And given certain cultural developments it is not impossible that the practice may become again wide-spread. Indeed, a brief hiatus in that matter may be viewed, a century or so from now, as no more than an interesting historical anomaly.”
Fighting Slave of Gor, p.565