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All Fours Edit

"all fours", (command); the slave goes to all fours, she has to remain in that position, unless released. [see also: she-quadruped, she-sleen (position), she-tarsk (position)]

A slave is sometimes put to all fours, that she may move thusly, accompanying masters. In this posture she cannot suddenly run, or dart away. In the situation described the posture was doubtless imposed as a security measure, on an unknown slave, mysteriously arrived from the darkness. In other situations the posture may be imposed upon her as a discipline, to position her for animal usage, to remind her that she is a slave, and so on.
Mariners of Gor     Book 30     Page 63
"To all fours," he said to her.
"Yes, Master," she said.
This position can be igniting to a female slave, being so positioned by a master. At the least, they are well reminded, so positioned beside a man, that they are slaves.
Mariners of Gor     Book 30     Page 554


Binding Position
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Binding position, (position); a position in which a slave assumes so her hands can be secured.

"Standard binding position," he said.
I was prone. When a girl is prone, the standard binding position is to cross the wrists behind the back and to cross the ankles. I took this position instantaneously.
Book 11, Slavegirl of Gor: Page 125

Bara Edit

Bara, (command); The slave lies to her belly, face down and turn the face to the left, she crosses her wrists  behind her back, outstretching her legs and crossing her ankles as well. Bara is a binding positition. The word Bara is suspected as gorean word for "belly".

"Bara, Kajira!" he said.
She rolled quickly to her stomach, placing her wrists behind her, crossed, and crossing her ankles, ready to be bound.
Explorers of Gor     Book 13     Page 77

"Bara," said Mincon to Tula. "Bara," said I to Feiqa. Both slaves went immediately to their bellies, their heads to the left, their wrists crossed behind their backs, their ankles also crossed. It is a common binding position.
Mercenaries of Gor     Book 21     Page 145

"Bara!" she snapped.
Instantly we turned about in the neck rope, with its three knotted double loops, and went to our stomachs, our heads to the left, our wrists crossed behind us, and our ankles, as well. It is not advisable to hesitate in responding to a command. The bara position was, I suppose the first slave position in which I had been placed. Of course I did not at that time understand it, or know its name.
One is quite helpless in the bara position. One is on one's stomach and one's hands are behind one, so one cannot use them to rise, and one's body is extended, with one's ankles crossed. One cannot easily rise from that position. Too, psychologically, one feels oneself submitted, and at the mercy of others.
Smugglers of Gor     Book 32     Page

Bonds of the Master's Will Edit

Bonds of master´s will, (command); commands the slave to keep in a commanded position and not to move without permission. Though the are no bound and boundaries.

She wore the "bonds of the master's will." Grunt had put her in them. She lay on her stomach. Her wrists were crossed behind her. Her ankles, too, were crossed. She was "bound." She could not rise to her feet. Yet there was not a rope or a strap on her body. She was "bound by the master's will." She could not move from this position unless, at the word of a free person, she was freed from it.
Blood Brothers of Gor     Book 18     Page 248

"Your hands are now bound behind your back," he said.
"Yes, Master," I said. I must now keep my hands or wrists in contact with one another, and behind my back. I was now "bound by the master's will." I could not separate my hands or wrists from one another now without permission.
Dancer of Gor     Book 22     Page 227


Blanket position
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blanket position, when a blanket or cloak or covering of any sort is thrown over a slave girl she may not speak or rise; she must remain silent until the blanket is lifted by a free person.


I then threw the second blanket, the top blanket over her, covering her completely. When a blanket, or cloak, or covering of any sort, is thrown over a slave like this she may not speak or raise. She must remain as she is, silent, until the master, or some free man, lifts the covering away.
Book 13, Explorers of Gor: Page 94

Bracelets Edit

Bracelets, (command); the slave on command thrusts her hands behind her back wrists together in preparation to be braceleted. Also called "chaining."

"Bracelets," he snapped. She put her head in the air and placed her hands behind her back.
Book 8, Hunters of Gor: pg 14

"Bracelets!" I said in Gorean, harshly. The girl snapped to position, hands behind the small of her back, head lifted, chin up, turned to the left. In such a posture she may be conveniently put in bracelets, and leashed. Book 10, Tribesmenof Gor: pg 78

Brand Display Edit

Brand Display, (position), positions to display a slaves brand to a free person. The commands are listed here.

Brand Edit

Brand, (command);is one of the positions of brand display.

I did not give her the "thigh" or "brand" command, but I had little doubt she was now marked. In response to such a command those such as she must kneel on the right knee and extend the left leg gracefully, bared to the hip. The most common marking site on such as she is high on the left thigh, under the hip.
Mariners of Gor     Book 30     Page 55

Mark Edit

Mark, (command);is one of the positions of brand display.

"Mark?" said a man.
Swiftly she rose up on her knees and turned her left thigh to the interrogator, at the same time putting her hands behind the small of her back, as though they might be braceleted there. It is one of the positions of brand display.
Mirus smiled.
Ellen flushed.
I hate him, she thought.
But she remained in the position, a common one for brand display. Her wrists, behind her back, were nearly touching. The position accentuates the breasts and, given the position of the hands, is provocatively emblematic.
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Page 416

Thigh Edit

Thigh, (command);is one of the positions of brand display.

I did not give her the "thigh" or "brand" command, but I had little doubt she was now marked. In response to such a command those such as she must kneel on the right knee and extend the left leg gracefully, bared to the hip. The most common marking site on such as she is high on the left thigh, under the hip.

Capture Position Edit

Capture Position, (position); there are two varieties at the books:

  • in this position, the captive is locked in the arms of the captor. Though there are two varieties at the book.

He thought she looked well on her back, in what is referred to as the "capture position." In this position, the captive locked in the arms of the captor, the captor can assess and enjoy the least nuance of expression in the captive's countenance. This position, too, is enjoyed by many masters with their slaves..
Book 28, Kur of Gor: pg 85

  • the slave lays down upon her back, bending her knees to place her feet flat against the ground, hands at her side and remains motionless.

"On your back," he said, "knees raised, heels on the floor."I then lay before him, in a standard, supine capture position.
Book 19, Kajira: pg 422

Collar Position Edit

Collar Position, (position); there are more varieties at the books:

  • hands back to expose the collar.

"Collar!" I snapped.
Instantly she faced me, holding her hands slightly behind her, and lifted her chin.
. . .
In this position the collar may be conveniently read.
Swordsmen of Gor     Book 29     Page 17

  • also similar to the submission position

Common Position of Obeisance Edit

"Common position of obeisance," he said.
Immediately, kneeling, she put her head to the floor, the palms of her hands on the floor, beside her head. In this position the knees are closed. It is a position commonly assumed by a slave when a man enters a room. To be sure, this varies from city to city. In some cities all that is required is the common kneeling position, instantly assumed. In other cities, a complete bellying, instantly assumed, is required. Such things may differ, of course, from master to master.
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Page 8

Examination Position Edit

Examination Position, (command); allows the free to examine the slave. The girl is placed with her hands behind her head, preventing her from interfering with the examination, and in a precariously-balanced posture, legs widely and painfully spread, head back, requiring her to concentrate on staying upright and not allowing her to know what the examiner is regarding.

"Have that one stand, to be examined," said a man. "Cotina, stand, examination position!" snapped Targo. Cotina stood, her legs widely spread, her head back, her hands clasped behind the back of her neck. It is hard for a woman to move from this position and she must be concerned with her balance. The subtle adjustments and tenseness required to maintain her balance keep her even more helplessly in place, and these adjustments and this tenseness will also be expressed in her posture, providing body-language cues bespeaking obedience and servitude. Too, obviously this posture bares her vulnerably, and her hands cannot interfere with the examination. The position of the arms, the hands clasped behind the back of the neck, or, sometimes, behind the back of the head, lifts the bosom, exhibiting it beautifully.
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Page 24
"Assume the standard position for the examination of a standing slave," said Portus Canio. Ellen, in her tunic, puzzled, stood then before him, her legs widely, painfully spread. The split hems of the tunic, slit at the sides, permitted this position. Ellen clasped her hands behind the back of her head, and held her head up and back, in this position looking rather at the height of the great portal, leading into the barn area, from the platform outside. In this position it is convenient to examine the slave. She cannot easily move without losing her balance. The position of her hands prevents her from interfering with the examination. The raised head, held back, makes it difficult for her to know, or guess, the position of the examiner's hands, where they are, and what they might do, for example, how and when she might be touched, caressed, or tested. Needless to say, this position is normally assumed when the slave is nude.
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Pages 309 - 310

Several of the slaves were standing, in examination position, legs widely spread, hands behind the back of their neck, or head.
Book 30, Mariners of Gor: Page 333

First Obeisance Position Edit

first obei­sance po­si­tion (position/command), in this position the slave kneel­s, head to the ground, palms of the hands on the ground.

"First obeisance position," snapped Barzak. "Beg his forgiveness!"
Instantly Ellen went to the first obeisance position, head down, palms of her hands on the cement. "Please forgive me, Master," she begged, frightened.
Kneel up, first position," said Barzak.
Ellen went to first position, with all its revelatory delights.
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Page 255
In first obeisance position, often assumed by a slave in the presence of a free man, she kneels with her head to the ground, and the palms of her hands down on the ground on either side of her head.
Book 29, Swordsmen of Gor: Page 195

"First obeisance position," I said.
She put the black wine to the side on the deck, and put her head to the boards, before me, her hands beside the sides of her head.
Book 30, Mariners of Gor: Page 141

Positions of Joy Edit

Positions of Joy, (position); the positions are mentioned only once in the books.

Forty-Third Position of JoyEdit

Forty-Third Position of Joy; (position), the position itself is not described in detail.

"What is the forty-third position of joy?" asked the man.
"I do not know, Master," she said.
"What is the sixth delight of the hair of a female slave?" he asked.
"I have no idea, Master," she said.
"What is the title of the eighteenth love song of Dina, the slave poetess?" he asked
"I do not know, Master," she said.
"Do you know anything?" he asked.
"Very little, Master," she said.
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Page 213

Gagged by Master's Will Edit

Gagged by Master's Will, (command); simply means that the slave is prohibited from speaking until given permission to do so. [see also: gag-law]

There are many varieties of slave gags, and such. The simplest device for attaining this end is when she is "gagged by her master's will," which simply means that she is prohibited from speaking until given permission to do so.
Book 24, Vagabonds of Gor: Page 321

"I did not allow her to speak," said Callias.
I nodded. She had been then, as it is said, gagged by the master's will.
Book 30, Mariners of Gor: Page 562

Hair Edit

Hair position; (position), in this position a female slave stands, crouching slightly behind the Master and deeply bows her head. From this position, she may be led, for example, or moved to another position or simply, controlled.

High-Harness Position Edit

high-harness position (position) a display position in which a kneeling slave is braceleted, leashed and commanded to hold her head very high exposing her neck.

"Split your knees," he said. "More widely.". . ."Lift your head," he said. "Higher. Higher!" She looked up at him, her head far back, the leash on her throat.. . ."You need not now keep your head in high-harness position," he said to the girl. She moved her head.
Book 21, Mercenaries of Gor: Pages 309 - 310

Heel Edit

Heel, (command); commonly, the slave heels the master, usually behind him on his left, as his sword arm is usually the right arm.

"You will be well taught to heel and obey," said he.
Book 9, Marauders of Gor: Page 118

I now carried his shield. I walked behind him, and to the left. I suppose I should have minded. I knew, of course, that I was heeling him.
Book 11, Slave Girl of Gor: Page 31

He turned about and, with his weapons, strode from the camp. I followed him, at his heel, where a slave girl belongs.
Book 11, Slave Girl of Gor: Page 109

A man's slave usually heels him, following behind him, or behind him on his left.
Book 18, Blood Brothers of Gor: Page 299

"You, Claudia, slave girl," she said. "Kneel behind him and to his left." A slave girl, in heeling her master, commonly follows on the left. That she follows indicates that she is subservient, that he is master and she slave; that she follows on the left is a cultural matter probably indexed to the fact that most Goreans are right-handed. Her presence on the left, thus, is not likely to interfere with his draw or the movements of his sword arm.
Book 23, Renegades of Gor: Page 214

I knelt behind the pit master, to his left. That is the common heeling position.
Book 26, Witness of Gor: Page 321

Commonly, the slave heels the master, usually behind him on his left, as his sword arm is usually the right arm. In this way her presence is not obtrusive, and is unlikely to either distract or encumber him. Also, in this way, he is usually between the slave and other males, possible danger, and such, that she, unarmed and half naked, may be shielded. This also tends to protect her from free women. Too, of course, the position is one of subordination, and is thus fitting for a slave, and domestic animal. For example, a domestic sleen is also likely to heel the master, and also on the left.
Book 29, Swordsmen of Gor: Page 415
Interestingly, the Lady Bina was, in many ways, rather different from the typical Gorean free woman. She had observed other free women, with serving slaves, and so she had me heel her, at the proper distance, on the left, appropriately, head down, but she was not at all strict about my looking about and I frequently did so.
Book 31, Conspirators of Gor: Page 207
I rose to my feet, and tied up, as I could, the torn tunic, and replaced the kerchief. I then, carrying the suls, heeled my Mistress from the market.
Book 31,Conspirators of Gor: Page 216

Injection Position Edit

Injection Position, (command); the slave lies down to her right side, knees drawn up.

"Lie down there," said Tutina, "on the rug, before his desk, on your right side, with your knees drawn up."
Awkwardly, and with unsteadiness, and some pain, the older woman, tears in her eyes, humiliated, went to her hands and knees, and then to the position to which she had been directed.
"Hereafter," said Tutina, "when you hear the command 'Injection position', in whatever language, you will instantly, and unquestioningly, assume this position."
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Page 41

Inspection Position Edit

Inspection position, (command); the slave would normally be stripped, and standing with her feet spread, and her hands clasped either behind the back of her neck, or behind her head.

In inspection position one such as she would normally be stripped, and standing with her feet spread, and her hands clasped either behind the back of her neck, or behind her head. In this way the breasts are lifted nicely, and, given the position of the hands, one has no interference to one's vision, and, similarly, one may, perhaps walking about her, test her for firmness, and for vitality, and such things.
Book 29, Swordsmen of Gor: Page 16

Kneel Positions Edit

Kneel Positions, (generic term); there are some Kneel Positions metionened at the the book, as there are of course other named positions in kneeling [see also: nadu, tower, etc.]

Knee crawl Edit

Knee crawl, simple; (position), a slave travels on knees, without standing, to fetch items or tend to duties.

She went to the box on her knees and picked it up, and returned to a place before me. It had been a simple knee crawl. I was briefly reminded, however, of the Turian knee walk, sometimes used by slave dancers. I considered the slave. I did not doubt but what she might be taught to dance.
Book 25, Magicians: Page 342

Knee walk Edit

Knee walk, Turian; (position), a special dance move, sometimes used by dancers.

She went to the box on her knees and picked it up, and returned to a place before me. It had been a simple knee crawl. I was briefly reminded, however, of the Turian knee walk, sometimes used by slave dancers. I considered the slave. I did not doubt but what she might be taught to dance.
Book 25, Magicians: Page 342

Kneeling Position Edit

Kneeling Position, (position); common position in the state of the the slaves position (tower or nadu).

The kneeling position is, of course, a suitable one for slaves. A slave will normally assume such a position on entering the presence of her master or a free person. She will probably remain in it until permitted to rise. It is a common position, too, for her to assume when she is in attendance of a master, for example, awaiting his notice or commands. Too, she will usually speak to her master from this position, unless, of course, she is lying down, as in making her reports to him, inquiring as to his will, answering questions, and so on. Some masters approve it, too, for purposes of general conversation.
Book 18, Blood Brothers of Gor: Page 246

Kneel to the Coffle Edit

Kneel to the Coffle; (position Kneels), normally thighs parted, up upon the heels and lifts either the left or right wrist outwards, depending on the type of coffle, so that the wrist can be attached to a wrist ring within the coffle chain.

"Kneel to be coffled," said one of the men. The girls knelt, closely, one behind the other, there were six wrist rings on the chain he carried. He placed the girl who had been whipped by Lady Sabina first in the coffle line. "Left wrist coffle," he said. They lifted their left wrists, frightened. Interestingly, the man snapping the wrist rings on the girls' left wrists did not put the first girl in the first ring, but the second. When the four maids were coffled there was, thus, an empty wrist ring both at the head and rear of the line. "Stand, Slaves," said the man. "Lower chain." The girls stood. Then, ordered, the lowered their wrists. They were then in line, standing, coffled.
Book 11, Slavegirl: Page 127

Kneel to the Whip Edit

Kneel to the Whip, (position); this command orders a slave to kneel, bowing her head to her knees, her wrists crossed under her as though bound. The position is intended to expose her back to the whip.

I crossed my wrists beneath me and touched my head to the floor, exposing the bow of my back. It is the submissive posture of a slave girl who is to be punished. It is called Kneeling to the Whip.
Book 7,Captive of Gor: Page 13

"Kneel to the whip," he said.
I obeyed. I put my head down, and, beneath my body, crossed my wrists, as though they were bound. My back was bowed, ready for whatever punishment he might see fit to administer to me.
Book 11,Slave Girl of Gor: Page 436

"Kneel to the whip, Melpomene!" she ordered her. Melpomene then, sobbing, knelt, her legs close together, her wrists held crossed under her, as though bound, her head down, touching the floor, the bow of her back exposed, a slave girl awaiting punishment.
Book 14,Fighting Slave of Gor: Page 284

Nadu [see: Nadu] Edit

Tower [see: Tower] Edit

Leading Position Edit

Leading position; (postition), posture of a slave girl, bending forward at the waist, with her head at a master's hip, so that he may grab her hair and guide her where he wishes her to go.

"I looked at the girl. I nodded to her to approach me. She did so. I held my left hand open, at my waist. She stiffened, and looked at me, angrily. I opened and closed my left hand once. I saw her training in Gorean customs had been thorough. But she never thought that such a gesture would be used to her. She came beside me, and a bit behind me, and, crouching, put her head down, deeply. I fastened my hand in her hair. She winced. Women are helpless in this position."
Book 12, Beasts of Gor: Page 409
Others passed, too, with slaves in custody, but differently, the slaves bent over, in leading position, their heads at the hips of free men, held there by the hair, these slaves' hands fastened, too, behind their backs.
Book 29, Swordsmen of Gor: Page 431
“You are to come with me,” he said. “Lead­ing po­si­tion.”
I rose to my feet, and bent over, that my hair might be eas­ily grasped. I felt his hand lock it­self in my hair. My head was down, at his left thigh.
Book 31, Conspirators of Gor: Chapter 8

Lesha Edit

Lesha; (position), the slave stand, thighs well parted, back straight or slightly arched, head held high, chin tilted to the left, hands at back with wrists crossed. This position is used to clip a leash onto the collar or for simple display/inspection of a slave girl.

"Lesha," snapped the second officer to the blond girl.
She spun from facing him, and lifted her chin, turning her head to the left, placing her wrists behind her, as though for snapping them into slave bracelets.
Book 13, Explorers of Gor: Page 76

The guard was behind me. "Lesha!" he said, Immediately, responsive to this command, I flung my wrists behind me, separated by some two inches, and lifted my chin, my head turned to the left.
Book 22, Dancer of Gor: Page 365

He approached the slave and indicated that she should stand. He then said, very sharply, "Lesha!"
Instantly the girl turned away from him, lifted her head, turned it to the left, and placed her small wrists, crossed, behind her back.
Book 29, Swordsmen of Gor : Page 400

Lips To Boots Edit

Lips to boots; (command), the slave is required to kiss masters boots. [variations: kiss feet, kiss boots, kiss sandals...]

"Lips to boots," I said.
She pressed her lips to my boots, left and right, kissing them, and licking at them.
Book 30, Mariners of Gor: Page 153

Nadu Edit

Nadu; (position), at this command, a slavegirl will kneel back on her heels, with her knees spread wide, back straight, hands on thighs, head up, eyes lowered; (ie: to assume the position of a Pleasure Slave). NOTE: The common nadu position is PALMS DOWN. It seems to be an onlinism that the palms in nadu are always up. The same thing is with the position of the head. Though there are variations mentioned at the books:

I was before him in the position of the pleasure slave, in nadu, back straight, head up, hands palm downvar1 on thighs, belly in, shoulders back, kneeling back on heels, knees spread. This was com­mon nadu. Some masters pre­fer the hands behind the backvar2, the right hand grasp­ing the left wrist, if the girl is right handed, and the left hand grasping the right wrist, if the girl is left handed. Some masters, too, prefer for the head to be bowed, in subserviencevar3. In the common nadu, as required in the complex, and insisted upon by Nora, the hands are to be visible and the head raised. Some say the hands are to be visible in order that the slave cannot conceal within them a package, a pellet, a powder, a weapon, or such. One supposes that may be a consequence of the position, but, one supposes, as slaves could scarcely have access to such things, that one must look fur­her. Aside from the aesthetic aspects of the matter, namely revealing the small, sweet loveliness of a woman’s hands, the small wrists, almost asking to be bound, and such, it facilitates a common begging gesture, one which is lovely and subtle. One merely changes the position of the hands, by turning the backs of the hand to the thighsvar4 (palms up). This exposes the soft, concave, curved tenderness of the palms, open, sensitive, and vulnerable, to the master.
Book 31, Conspirators of Gor: Chapter 30

Nadu (palms down) Edit

Nadu common; (positon), common nadu position, the slave girl kneelingback on her heels, knees wide spread, back straight, head up, hands palm down on thighs, belly in.

I was before him in the position of the pleasure slave,in nadu, back straight, head up, hands palm down on thighs, belly in, shoulders back, kneeling back on heels, knees spread. This was common nadu.
Book 31, Conspirators of Gor: Chapter 30
Her discomfiture amused the human, Peisistratus. "She is kajira?" he inquired of Cabot.
"Yes," said Cabot.
"Why is she not in position?" inquired Peisistratus.
. . .
He removed the switch from his belt.
She regarded the implement disbelievingly.
"Kneel," said Peisistratus to the girl, "now, instantly! Back on your heels. Spread your knees!"
"My knees!" she cried.
"Yes," he said, "widely. More widely! Straighten your back, place your hands, palms down, on your thighs, lift your head, look straight ahead!"
"Never!" she cried.
And then the switch fell savagely upon her, twice.
She screamed in misery.
. . .
"Up, slut, position, position!" said Peisistratus.
Wildly, frantically, sobbing, tears streaming from her eyes, in pain, the brunette knelt before Peisistratus, in position, as required.
"Keep your hands on your thighs!" snapped Peisistratus, for she had dared to move to cover herself.
She complied instantly.
Cabot was pleased to note this alacrity.
Too, he was pleased to see her in position.
She looked well in position, in the position of a Gorean female slave, indeed, rather, in the position of a Gorean female slave of a particular sort, the Gorean female pleasure slave.
Book 28, Kur of Gor: Pages 119 - 120
She knelt then before me, as before, back on her heels, head up, back straight, the palms of her hands down on her thighs.
Book 30, Mariners of Gor: Page 154

Nadu (palms up) Edit

Nadu; (palms up), (positon), nadu position, the slave girl kneelingback on her heels, knees wide spread, back straight, head up, hands palm up, back of the hands on thighs, belly in.

I noted that the palm of her hands, so soft, so vulnerable, had turned on her thighs, so that they faced up. Among slave girls this is a common ways of signaling need, helplessness, a desire to please.
Book 24, Vagabonds of Gor, Page: 209

Nestle Edit

Nestle; (position), When a slave is told to nestle she fits herself against the Master's side, snuggling into the crook of His arm.

"Nestle," I told her."Yes, Master," she said. She nestled obediently in the crook of my left arm.
Book 13, Explorers of Gor, Page: 279

Obeisance Edit

[see also: first- and second- obeisence position]

"Obeisance!" snapped the guardsman. Instantly Ellen, and her sister slaves, went to first obeisance position, head down to the cement.
Book 27, Prize of Gor; Page: 234
When we appeared before her cage, she put her head down to the blanket, the palms of her hands on the floor of the cage, beside her head, It is a lovely gesture of obeisance, and required by many masters of their women.
Book 21, Mercenaries of Gor; Page: 340
I pointed to the sand before me. She immediately, frightened, dropped to her knees and again put her head down to the sand, the palms of her hands, too, on the sand.
Book 24, Vagabonds of Gor; Page: 205

Position Edit

Position, (command); the slave is required to kneel in her common position. Comminly is Nadu (position of a pleasure slave) expected. [see also: Nadu; position of a pleasure slave]

"Position," said another of the men. Ellen, the beast having released her hair, went to position, kneeling, knees wide, back straight, head up, hands on thighs. "A pleasure slave," said one of the men. "Obviously," said another. Ellen wondered if she should have kept her knees closely together, before Mirus, but she had naturally, instantaneously, not even thinking about it, assumed the wide-kneed position.
Book 27, Prize of Gor; Pages: 415 - 416
"Position," said the auctioneer to Ellen. And then Ellen, tears running down her cheeks, knelt appropriately before the men, as what she was, a Gorean pleasure slave, back on heels, back straight, head up, hands down on thighs, knees widely spread.
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Page 491
Her discomfiture amused the human, Peisistratus. "She is kajira?" he inquired of Cabot. "Yes," said Cabot. "Why is she not in position?" inquired Peisistratus. . . . He removed the switch from his belt. She regarded the implement disbelievingly. "Kneel," said Peisistratus to the girl, "now, instantly! Back on your heels. Spread your knees!" "My knees!" she cried. "Yes," he said, "widely. More widely! Straighten your back, place your hands, palms down, on your thighs, lift your head, look straight ahead!" "Never!" she cried. And then the switch fell savagely upon her, twice. She screamed in misery. . . . "Up, slut, position, position!" said Peisistratus. Wildly, frantically, sobbing, tears streaming from her eyes, in pain, the brunette knelt before Peisistratus, in position, as required. "Keep your hands on your thighs!" snapped Peisistratus, for she had dared to move to cover herself. She complied instantly. Cabot was pleased to note this alacrity. Too, he was pleased to see her in position. She looked well in position, in the position of a Gorean female slave, indeed, rather, in the position of a Gorean female slave of a particular sort, the Gorean female pleasure slave.
Book 28, Kur of Gor: Pages 119 - 120
"Enough," I said. "Position." She knelt then before me, as before, back on her heels, head up, back straight, the palms of her hands down on her thighs.
Book 30, Mariners of Gor: Page 154
Suddenly one fellow said, sharply, "Position!" Instantly, reflexively, Iole and Alcinoë, frightened, knelt, back on their heels, knees spread, back straight, head up, looking ahead, neither to the left or right, the palms of their hands down, firmly, on their thighs.
Book 30,Mariners of Gor: Page 299
"Position!" I said. "Master!" protested several. "Need a command be repeated?" I asked. With cries of misery, and sobs, the slaves, or most, went to position. "Hold the lamp," I said to Alcinoë. She took the lamp. "Please, no," wept slave after slave. I drew away blankets, which had not fallen about the slaves. "Backs straight," I said. "Lift your heads. Peer straight ahead. Shake the hair behind your shoulders." I looked about, from one slave to another. It was pleasant to do so. "Shoulders back," I said. "Suck in your belly. Palms of your hands down on your thighs, firmly. Feel them there." "Please, Master," sobbed a girl. "We are high slaves!" "Many of us were once of high caste!" said another. "Split your knees," I said. "Master!" wept a girl. "Wider," I said.
Book 30, Mariners of Gor: Pages 337 - 338
She was before me, in position, kneeling back on her heels, her back straight, her head up, looking ahead, the palms of her hands down on her thighs, her knees spread, this making clear the nature of her bondage.
Book 30, Mariners of Gor: Page 565
"Position," I said. She went to position, kneeling back on her heels, her back straight her belly in, her shoulders back, her head up the palms of her hands down on her thighs. One does not break "position" without permission. Book 32, Smugglers of Gor: Page 50
"Position," called a fellow himself descending from the ship splashing, and wading to shore. So, cold, wet, and shivering, miserable, we went to "position," kneeling back on our heels, our backs straight, our heads up looking ahead, our knees spread, as the slaves we were, the palms of our hands down on our thighs. "Ai!" I cried, in misery, lashed at the side of the neck by a switch. He had come up behind me, from having brought a small barrel to shore. "Are you not to be in position, your eyes forward?" he inquired. "Yes, Master!" I said. "Forgive me, Master!" I had twisted about, just a little from time to time, to watch the men. "Ha!" he said. "And you two, your eyes are now forward!" "Yes, Master!" they said. Then they cried out, "Forgive me, Master!" I heard their cries, to my right, as the switch struck twice. I was not the only one, it seemed, who had been curious. The side of my neck stung. I had been reminded that a lapse from position, however slight is not acceptable.
Book 32, Smugglers of Gor: Page 91
"Position!" he snapped. Instantly, reflexively, I went to position, kneeling back on my heels, back straight, head up hands palm down on thighs, looking forward, not meeting his eyes, knees spread.
Book 32, Smugglers of Gor: Page 127

Position of the Pleasure Slave Edit

[see also Nadu; Position]

"You may do obeisance, my dear," said Kliomenes. The girl rose to her feet and went to Kliomenes. She knelt before him, on the dais, and put her head down. Gently, softly, she licked and kissed his feet. She then rose again to her feet, backed away, and then, on the tiles, again knelt. She put the palms of her hands on the tiles, and lowered her head to the tiles. Then she straightened up, her back straight, assuming the position of the pleasure slave, though keeping her head bowed, deferentially.
Book 15, Rogue of Gor: Page 299

She knelt before him, in her collar, in the basic position of the Gorean pleasure slave, back on her heels, her back straight, her head up, the palms of her hands on her thighs, her knees spread, widely.
Book 27, Prize of Gor: Page 116

"Spread your knees," he said, "kneel straight, back on your heels, head up, palms of your hands down on your thighs." The slave began to tremble. "Head up!" he said. "Do you wish to be put in a high collar, to keep your head up?" "No, Master," she said, quickly. Such collars are common with Kur pets. They are also used from time to time in slave training. "Do you know in what position you have been placed?" he asked. Certainly this was a rhetorical question, for she would have learned this position in the pleasure cylinder, and Cabot, himself, in the pleasure cylinder, near Lake Fear, and elsewhere, had put her in it often enough. "The position of a Gorean pleasure slave," she said.
Book 28, Kur of Gor: Pages 662 - 663

The position of the pleasure slave, of course, is also respectful, but it is also provocative, and inviting. It must leave no doubt in the observer's mind as to what sort of slave she is. The palms of her hands are usually down on her thighs, and her head up, but, if she is petitioning caresses, as is not uncommon, the palms are usually up, the backs of the hands on the thighs. . . . The palms, then, so offered to the master, with their exposed, sweet, sensitive cupping, the backs of the hands down on the thighs, as though bound to them, as though not permitted to leave them without permission, present a sign not difficult to read. Too, at the same time, the girl's head is usually lowered. This makes clear her humility and need, and how much she is at the mercy of the master, for the least touch.
Book 29, Swordsmen of Gor: Pages 180 - 181
Variations, of course, occur. Sometimes, perhaps in markets, the girl will kneel with her wrists crossed behind her, as though bound, or will have her hands clasped behind the back of her head, or the back of her neck. This lifts the breasts, nicely.
BBook 29, Swordsmen of Gor: Page 181

Primary Slave PositionEdit

Cabot had then fed her by hand, she in primary slave position, and with her knees spread, as she was that sort of slave. He also, in hand-feeding her, had required that she keep her hands, palms down, firmly, on her thighs. Book 28, Kur of Gor: Page 400

Second Obeisance Position Edit

"Second obeisance position," he said. Ellen went prone, before him, her hands at the sides of her head. Prize of Gor     Book 27     Page 191 "Return me to my master!" she cried, putting herself to her belly, pleading, in second obeisance position, before Targo. Prize of Gor     Book 27     Page 226 The usual second obeisance position has the slave go to her belly, her hands on either side of her head. Swordsmen of Gor     Book 29     Page 195 "Now," I said, "to second obeisance position." "Please," she protested, her head to the deck. "Must a command be repeated?" I inquired. "No!" she said. The repetition of a command is often a cause for discipline, and she was well aware of what that might involve. She was now on her belly before me, her hands at the sides of her head. Mariners of Gor     Book 30     Page 153 It was also noted that now, before Pani warriors, they did not kneel, but prostrated themselves, putting themselves instantly, trembling, to second obeisance position, prone, hands to the sides of their head, eyes to the ground. Mariners of Gor     Book 30     Page 421

Slave-lips Edit

A girl who is commanded to make slave lips, or who receives the command, "Slave lips," must form her mouth for kissing. She then, commonly, is not permitted to break this lip position until either she kisses or is kissed. Needless to say, a girl cannot speak when her lips are in the unbroken, fully-pursed slave-lips position. The command which commonly follows the "Slave-lips" command is, "Please me." Blood Brothers of Gor     Book 18     Page 111

Standard Binding PositionEdit

"Standard binding position," he said. I was prone. When a girl is prone, the standard binding position is to cross the wrists behind the back and to cross the ankles." Slave Girl of Gor     Book 11     Page 125

Stay Edit

"Stay, Feiqa." "Yes, Master," she said. She would now keep her place, kneeling, as she was, until a free person might permit her to move. Mercenaries of Gor     Book 21     Page 52

Submission Edit

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She had risen and walked across the room, her feet bare on the stone floor, and dropped to her knees before me, lowering her head and lifting and extending her hands to me, the wrists crossed. The ritual significance of the gesture of submission was not lost on me; her wrists were offered to me, as if for binding. Tarnsman of Gor     Book 1     Page 67 "Submit," I told them. They knelt before me, back on their heels, head down, arms lifted and extended, wrists crossed as though for binding. "I submit myself," said each, in turn. They need not be bound. They need not be collared. They need not even have spoken. The posture of submission itself, assumed by them before me, constituted them my slaves. They were now mine. Hunters of Gor     Book 8     Page 182 Then suddenly one girl turned from the forest and fled to a crewman, kneeling before him, back on her heels, head down, arms extended, wrists crossed as though for binding. He gestured that she should rise and get into a longboat. She did so, his slave. Hunters of Gor     Book 8     Page 310

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Sula Edit

"Sula, Kajira!" said the man. She slid her legs from under her and lay on her back, her hands at her sides, palms up, her legs open. Explorers of Gor     Book 13     Page 77 Why had he not, at least, issued the "Sula!" command? That was one of several commands she had been trained to respond to instantly. Upon hearing this command, the slave immediately assumes a supine position, her hands at her sides, palms up, her legs open. Prize of Gor     Book 27     Page 124 Why had he not, at least, issued the 'Sula!' command? That was one of several commands she had been trained to respond to instantly. Upon hearing this command, the slave immediately assumes a supine position, her hands at her sides, palms up, her legs open. Prize of Gor     Book 27     Page 124

Thigh Edit

I did not give her the "thigh" or "brand" command, but I had little doubt she was now marked. In response to such a command those such as she must kneel on the right knee and extend the left leg gracefully, bared to the hip. The most common marking site on such as she is high on the left thigh, under the hip. Mariners of Gor     Book 30     Page 55

Tower Edit

"Your knees!" said the Lady Bina. "Mistress?" said the slave. "Should they not be spread?" "She is in the presence of a free woman," said Cabot. "It is thus appropriate that she kneels in the Tower position." Kur of Gor     Book 28     Page 342

Whip Position Edit

In moments the slave, stripped, her wrists crossed and bound, and fastened over her head, to a stout, overhanging branch, that her beauty might be protected, that she might not be dashed against a post or tree trunk, was in whip position. Kur of Gor     Book 28     Page 477

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