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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/11/2017 7:38:56 PM   
tamaka


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ORIGINAL: ManOeuvre

Alright then, if the music is too much of a mystery, I'll spell it plain as day... and take the opportunity to fix my typographicals.


As a gorean Head of household, (or simply a member of such a household) do you find it at at useful to conduct yourself in your home AS IF the world outside of your home was literally Gor, of gold, steel and the bodies of women, etc...rather than Earth, the planet we live on? Obviously there are limits to how far this can extend past one's threshold without attracting unwanted attention, and the few places on earth where some slavery is normative ISIS, parts of the ME and Africa don't otherwise make for good living (nor broadband access, so they're something of a black hole to this forum.)

My question is: Do you employ the 'useful fiction' in any respect, that slavery may be normative outside of your own walls/fences?


If your slave has internalized that she is a slave vs. most everyone else in the world is a 'Free person', you don't need to do anything. When i was in that specific 'Gorean' mindset, i would go to the grocery store, and realize that the cashier checking me out was a Free person, and i was not. Perhaps you could point that out to your slave if she doesn't realize that yet.



Greetings tamaka.

How did you interact with the free during this time? How did you address that free person who checked you out? In other words, did you wear your collar on the outside or was it hidden in your thoughts and desires?





Greetings.

Most of my experience with others outside of the household was more of an internal 'awareness' than any sort of physical manifestation (i didn't kneel or anything outside of the home). But i did call the 'free' ma'am or sir, including people like cashiers etc. It wasn't anything i was used to, being from the North, but it was pretty easy to adapt to, especially since my Master lived in the South. I also would do things like bag my own groceries (if there wasn't a bagger). I might still do that nowadays but back then, if i helped the cashier bag the groceries i did it because i felt that was my place to do so vs. thinking i was doing the cashier a favor.



I suspect it is hard to treat everyone you meet on the street as if they are your better unless you do not think of your chosen and natural direction as a ranking but instead an opportunity. I think one is negative and the other is positive, one destroys you and the other uplifts you even is one might think of you as submissive or even "slave", "slave" to your natural direction only in a manner that you feel is best for you in achieving happiness.

How well did/does this very long distance relationship work out for you and the other side of this equation?

I wish you well.




Well this was almost 10 years ago when i was 'into' the Gorean lifestyle and became owned by my first 'Master' ever and He was 'Gorean'. I ended up moving down south and living with Him for a couple of years, so it wasn't long distance.

I was really into it at the time. I really felt like i found myself as 'owned property' vs. being a 'Free Woman'. I never really considered other people 'my better' in a negative way because i didn't want to be Free. I just remember feeling very unique from pretty much everyone else i came across because of my status.

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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/11/2017 7:56:15 PM   
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I enjoyed reading your prompt response. I know a woman (that is perhaps) much like you. She once or thrice begged for one of those permanently locking metal ring collars, I forget the brand now, you might know. They were beautiful but I did not allow it although I could see she admired one like it on a another woman we knew who wore one all the time including out to dinner with us (and her master). My other half did wear her leather collar out at times and I know she never thought of the Free as her betters but instead as you do/did. Always positive in her natural self. I find such women extremely genuine and sensual, how can they be otherwise. I suppose the books were correct in that regard about the kajirae.

I suppose I have lurked long enough. I do and have enjoyed your postings when I am on here.

Well wishes.

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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/11/2017 8:32:45 PM   
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I enjoyed reading your prompt response. I know a woman (that is perhaps) much like you. She once or thrice begged for one of those permanently locking metal ring collars, I forget the brand now, you might know. They were beautiful but I did not allow it although I could see she admired one like it on a another woman we knew who wore one all the time including out to dinner with us (and her master). My other half did wear her leather collar out at times and I know she never thought of the Free as her betters but instead as you do/did. Always positive in her natural self. I find such women extremely genuine and sensual, how can they be otherwise. I suppose the books were correct in that regard about the kajirae.

I suppose I have lurked long enough. I do and have enjoyed your postings when I am on here.

Well wishes.


Yes that is an Eternity collar. That was the collar i wore back then along with the Eternity wrist cuffs and ankle cuffs. Being my first experience as a slave, being collared and braceleted etc made a deep impression on me.

I wish you well also.



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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/18/2017 5:03:09 AM   
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I think for permamence, you may in fact be referring to an Axsmar.

I oen several of those, but none of the irrevocable kind.

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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/18/2017 7:00:22 PM   
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You are correct. It was the permanently locking Axsmar.

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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/20/2017 2:45:11 PM   
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Good morning to everyone, and tal on a case-by-case.

This question is addressed to really only two of the three possible demographics with respect to gorean lifestyles: those who live it, and those who aspire to. Any neither-dwellers please stay visual rather than digital.

A a gorean HOH, (or simply a member of such a household) do you find it at at useful to conduct yourself in your home AS IF the world outside of your home was a little more heavy metals and a little less rare earth? Obviously there are limits to how far this can extend past one's threshold without attracting unwanted attention, and the few places on earth where some slavery is normative don't otherwise make for good living (nor broadband access, so they're something of a black hole to this forum.

I don't mean something silly like "you'd better not run away or the local slave catchers will bring you back and charge me a fee!"

I'd love to read what you all do, if anything, in this regard. I'll contribute from my own experience afterwards, but as usual, I'm going against the Gracian principle, and letting my answers be corrupted rather than yours. Suffice to say that gor's influence on my household is I'd like to think much more in spirit than letter, as my knack for contraption would have yielded the blue death many moons ago.



I have a homestone. I am successful in a world of betas because I am Gorean. I have a weakness I will share here. Several years ago I was vain enough to parade one of my beautiful kajirae, not star, but Shela, on the video chatroom. I had her strip and dance for my guests. It was vain.

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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/20/2017 2:46:30 PM   
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However, it did not break my code. It was only vain. Still, I enjoyed it. I would do it again perhaps.

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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/20/2017 2:51:48 PM   
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The floor is cold without the touch of a woman's bare feet and the sound of slave bells announcing to the world that all is well in this House.

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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/20/2017 3:12:02 PM   
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However, with star, I do recall publishing a bath tub bubble picture and maybe a nude bondage pic or two. I detect a pattern. Perhaps several here. I am vain, I enjoy showing off the works of art I have captured and they are not fat but instead are beauties much like those one would imagine collared on Gor. I imagine this is actually very Gorean so I won't sit too far below the salt.


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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 10/28/2017 5:09:40 PM   
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LTE,

Sounds to me that you're only vain about your vanity.

I can related, but don't tell anyone!

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RE: Gorean in real life? As if... - 11/8/2017 2:20:27 AM   
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I have been in the lifestyle for almost 40 years, have seen all types of households, from a pure vanilla house that is only active after the kids are in bed and everyone goes home, to a in your face 24/7 girls nude or in silks house. What worked was setting out the rules for EACH contingency beforehand, and being willing to be adaptive. the houses that were set in stone, failed. We live in a society that frowns on displays of lifestyle outside of certain guidelines. We can change our part, and do as We want in our own house, but interactions with outside folks is not always done at our ideals.

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