FREEWOMEN OF GOR
In Gorean mythology, it is said that there was once a war between men and women and that
the women lost, and the Priest-Kings, not wishing the women to be killed, made them beautiful,
but as the price of this gift decreed that they, and their daughters, to the end of time, would be
the slaves of men.
DANCERS OF GOR pg. 352
One of the great fears of a slave girl is that she
will be sold to a woman. Free women treat their female slaves with incredible hatred and cruelty
Why this is I do not know. Some say it is because they, the free women, envy the girls their collars
and wish that they, too, were collared, and at the complete mercy of masters.
MARAUDERS OF GOR pg. 154
Free women of the north regard themselves as
superior to sex; many are frigid, at least until carried off and collared; they often insist that, even
when they have faces and figures that drive men wild, that it is their mind on which he must
concentrate his attentions; some free men, to their misery, and the perhaps surprising irritation
of the female, attempt to comply with this imperative; they are fools enough to believe what such
women claim is the truth about themselves; they should listen instead to the dreams and fantasies
of women, and recall, for their instruction, the responses of a free woman, once collared, squirming
in the chains of a bond-maid.
MARAUDERS OF GOR pg. 154
Some free women apparently fear sex because
they feel it lowers the woman. Any free woman who voluntarily couches with another's slave, or
readies herself to do so, becomes the slave of the slave's master. But such an act, the couching
with, or readying herself to couch with a slave, as though she might be a girl of the slave's master,
thrown to the slave, she shows herself as no more than a slave, and in this act, in law, becomes a
MAGICIANS OF GOR pg. 303
On Gor men sit cross-legged, not women. The
Gorean female, whether free or slave, whether of low caste or high caste, kneels.
MAGICIANS OF GOR pg. 118
"But a free woman is a thousand times more valuable
than a slave!" she said. "Many," said I, "regard a slave as a thousand times more valuable than a free
woman." It interested me that she had put a specific value on a free woman. "But then," I said, "many
also believe that the free woman and the slave are the same, except for a legal technicality."
"Free women are only slaves, not yet collared," I said.
VAGABONDS OF GOR pg.192-193
But all women wish to be slaves," he said. "Yes," I
said. "Because in their hearts they are slaves," he said. "Yes," I said.
VAGABONDS OF GOR pg.317
On Gor it is said that free women are slaves who
have not yet been collared.
MAGICIANS OF GOR pg. 22