Gor versus earth - Part 35

  • Tal dear reader,

    In the forums; Alduras started a topic about "Signs of rebellion" which you still can participate in by giving your thoughts about it.

    Today in my 35th "Gor versus earth" scroll I gonna talk too about being rebellious.

    In history, we had some rebellious women, the list would be too long to mention them all but here are a few examples:

    Joan of Arc, also known as “The Maid of Orleans,” was considered a Roman Catholic Saint. She was also believed to be a French heroine who was spurred by dreams in which Christian saints urged her to fight the English. In 1429, Joan led the assault that lifted the English siege of the city of Orleans. She was captured and burned in a public square on a variety of charges a few years after her victorious feat. Joan was about nineteen years of age.

    Queen Boudica, also known as Boadicea, Boudica was the Queen of the British Iceni tribe. In 1st century A.D., her tribe led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire. Even though Boudica’s rebellion failed, she is remembered as one of Britain’s first nationalist heroes.

    Harriet Tubman, born a slave in 1820, was an African-American abolitionist and humanitarian. Tubman went on 19 missions to rescue more than 300 slaves on the Underground Railroad. She was also a Union spy during the American Civil War and the first woman to lead a military expedition that liberated over 700 slaves.

    On Gor...we have rebellious women too...

    Panther girls, barbaric, wild free women of the northern forests.

    “Panther girls are arrogant. They live by themselves in the northern forests, by hunting, and slaving and outlawry. They have little respect for anyone, or anything, saving themselves and, undeniably, the beasts they hunt, the tawny forest panthers, the swift, sinuous sleen.”

    Hunters of Gor, page 28

    Talunas, the fierce white-skinned jungle girls of the Ushindi. The southern version of the panther girls of the northern forests.

    "At the stockade of the talunas," I said, "there was a prison hut. Within it I heard the chains of a prisoner. The chains were heavy. It is probably a male. Women such as talunas sometimes keep a male slave or two. They are useful, for example, in performing draft labors."

    Explorers of Gor, page 398.

    A rebellious slave...

    Sometimes a command is issued to a slave girl by a master for his amusement; the girl displays mock rebellion of her slavery.

    "There is a mock rebellion which is sometimes permitted a slave girl, or even commanded of her, for the master's amusement. I felt a tear on my cheek. "Show rebellion," is a command which a girl must, as any other, obey. Yet it is a terribly cruel command. "Kneel," is the command which, commonly, puts an end to her rebellion."

    Slave Girl of Gor, Page 153

    A rebellion dance...

    "To be sure, many of the dances of female slaves are lovely and sensuous; others, of course, are piteous and orgasmic. In all fairness, though, one must note that there is a large variety of slave dances on Gor, and that there is some variation from city to city. The institution of female slavery on Gor is doubtless thousands of years old; accordingly it is natural that there should be great complexity and refinement in such a delicious art form as slave dance. There are even, it might be mentioned, hate dances and rebellion dances, but most dances, as might be expected, are display dances, or need dances, or love and submission dances; even the hate and rebellion dances, of course, conclude, inevitably, with the ultimate surrender of the girl to her master as a love slave."

    Fighting Slave of Gor, Pages 288 - 289

    I wish you well,