|CJH - 2012-09-20 |
the last thing you experience as a free woman is the opening wail from "Immigrant Song" echoing around you as the Slavelord's men close in.
|StanleyPain - 2012-09-20 |
I voted this up on the hopper not so much for the vid itself (though it is wonderful) but for the linked videos which are delicious. One is the MST3k episode of Outlaw of Gor, which is great, but following the others leads you on a grand odyssey of broken people talking about their Gor lifestyle.
I really don't get the appeal of Gor as a lifestyle. For starters, the philosophy is the kind of red flag that women that actually act on their desires to get controlled and beaten learn to actively avoid.
|Blue - 2012-09-20 |
Why does he have a space barbarian name if he's from Earth?
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-09-20 |
"I came here to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and I'm all out of ass!"
|BHWW - 2012-09-20 |
HOUSEPLANTS OF GOR
"Truly, I believed the plant would be watered. It was plant, and on Gor it had no rights. Perhaps on Earth, in its permissive society, which distorts the true roles of all beings, which forces both plant and waterer to go unh appy and constrained, which forbids the fulfillment of owner and houseplant, such might not happen. Perhaps there, it would not be watered. But it was on Gor now, and would undoubtedly feel its true place, that of houseplant. It was plant. It would be watered at will. Such is the way with plants.
Borin picked up the watering can, and muchly watered the plant. The plant cried out. "No, Master! Do not water me!" The master continued to water the plant. "Please, Master," begged the plant, "do not water me!" The master continued to water the plant. It was plant. It could be watered at will.
The plant sobbed muchly as Borin laid down the watering can. It was not pleased. Too, it was wet. But this did not matter. It was plant."
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