Gorean Quotes

This is my favorite one...

 

"It is one thing to own a woman," I said, "and it is another to have her within the bonds of an excellent mastery."
Magicians of Gor - Page 465

 

 

 

 

"You have not yet begun to learn what it can be, to be a slave," I said.
She looked at me, frightened.
I then snapped the collar about her throat.
"Do you know, ultimately," I asked, "who will prove to be your one best trainer?"
"No, Master," she said.
"You, yourself," I said, "the girl, herself, eager to please, imaginative and intelligent, monitoring her own performances and feelings, striving lovingly to improve and refine them. You yourself will be largely responsible for making yourself the superb slave you will become."
"Master?" she asked.
“The collar," I said, touching it, "is put on from without, but what it encircles, the slave, comes from within."
"Master?" she asked.
"Slavery," I told her, "true slavery, comes from within, and you, my lovely little red-haired beast, I assure you, as was evidenced by your behavior and performances this night, are a true slave. Do not fight your slavery. Allow it freely and spontaneously, candidly, sweetly and untrammeled, to manifest itself. It is what you are."
Savages of Gor - Page 210

 

 

 

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“There is a difference,” laughed Hassan, “between the pride of a free woman and the pride of the slave girl. The pride of a free woman is the pride of a woman who feels herself to be the equal of a man. The pride of the slave girl is the pride of the girl who knows that no other woman is the equal of herself.”

What thrills you, " I said, "is not the whip, not the iron, not the pain, but masculine domination. It is that to which you, unknown to yourself, are responding. ~~ Tribesmen of Gor, pg 360 ~~

"Though I am slave," she said, " yet for the first time in my life I am free" - Nomads of Gor, pg 303

i have been privileged with gifted trainers

"One of the pleasant things about owning a slave," I said, "is the opportunity to converse with her, listen to her, to hear her express herself, her feelings and ideas. One can learn much from a slave. Many slaves, like yourself, are highly intelligent. They can express themselves articulately, clearly, trenchantly and lyrically. It is a great pleasure to talk with them."<br />
Beasts of Gor - Page 203