“It is said, in a Gorean proverb, that a man, in his heart, desires freedom, and that a woman, in her belly, yearns for love. The collar, in its way, answers both needs.
The man is most free, owning the slave. He may do what he wishes with her.
The woman, on the other hand, being owned, is institutionally and helplessly subject, in her status as slave, to the submissions of love.”
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