“Only in a collar can a woman be truly free.” The paradox of the collar.

(Tribesmen of Gor, p.75)
“Every woman in her heart,” said Vika, “wants to wear the chains of a man.”

The Turian collar lies loosely on the girl, a round ring; it fits so loosely that, when grasped in a man’s fist, the girl can turn within it; the common Gorean collar on the other hand, is a flat, snugly fitting steel band. Both collars lock in the back, behind the girl’s neck. The Turian collar is more difficult to engrave, but it, like the flat collar, will bear some legend assuring that the girl, if found, will be promptly returned to her master….

(Nomads of Gor, 5:29)

“The collar has four common purposes, Master,” she said, “First, it visibly designates me as a slave, as a brand might not, should it be covered by clothing. Second, it impresses my slavery upon me. Thirdly, it identifies me to my Master. Fourthly – fourthly -”
“Fourthly?” he asked.
“Fourthly,” she said, “it makes it easier to leash me.”

(Explorers of Gor, 5:80-81)

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9 thoughts on “Back to the land of GOR

  1. That first quote…rings so true to me. I have said to Master,…when i am tied, blindfolded, it is so freeing…..a paradox, yes…but still…true.
    hugs abby

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  2. I love your comment. Both of them. The first one made me smile and think: Leigh. The second one is in one sentence the essence of the difference between a submissive on a leash and a dog.

    Big smile to you,
    Han

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  3. Ohhh yes. So true.
    Only in a collar you can be truly free. You cannot explain it, but a collar gives you strength, and power. And it makes you feel owned, and humble, and submissive at the same time.

    I'm glad the words resonated in you,
    Han

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