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  1. Cuddling in Gor? Well, let's see. There's the Nadu, the Bara, . . . the Lesha, and the Karta . . . the Sula . . . Gosh, isn't that funny! No "Cuddling" in among the kajira positions! Who'd have thunk it, eh? Of course, a REAL Manly Gorean Man isn't afraid of showing his sensitive side once in a while. I once cuddled with a snow larl for over an hour . . . cuddled it until its eyes popped out, and blood ran freely from its nose! Ever squished a pizza pop with your bare hands? Kinda like that. Rawr! People who want to "cuddle" in Gor make me ill: degenerate tarsks every one of you! If "cuddling" is what you want, I'd strongly suggest that you head over to a BDSM dungeon somewhere. You'll find that THEY practice SSC: "Safe, snuggly, and cuddly." We don't cuddle with our kajira in Gor and they don't ask for it. And we don't want YOUR kind here: only MANLY women need apply. So see ya later, snowflake.
  2. You guys are so lucky! You obviously attract a better quality spammer than I do. I got a PM too, but mine said: **** off and d**! Your posts make me r***** and v**** and I wish you'd go somewhere a million miles away from me! . Of course, mine was signed "The Moderators" :-D
  3. Venus Petrov wrote: Why, Richard, your 'sudden' sensitivity is amazing and, well, from one woman who considers herself pleasingly independent of anyone's 'weapon', welcome! While I have never been of the lifestyle to which you are attached, I do know that a woman, if approached with respect, kindness and humor, can be a wonderful companion, helpmate, and more. By the way, have you washed those silks lately? Thank you for your response, Venus. I am indeed learning the important of making women believe that I am listening to, and even maybe "hearing" them. It can be a very effective method of eliciting the responses one desires -- as witness your post here! Allowing a woman a little time to talk about her own needs, aspirations, and desires is definitely worthwhile. At least until you can get the ball gag in, anyway.
  4. Dillon Levenque wrote: I am rather taken aback by your continuing willingness to accept comment and advice from those you would normally consider unworthy (that is to say, those who are not Richard). There is really nothing so very odd about my extending a willingness to listen to my kajirae, given that a great many of them actually are "Richard." Sometimes it gets a little lonely in Mom's basement. Dillon Levenque wrote: I do have at least one quotation that is verifiable and slightly germane to this discussion: 'An intellectual is a person who has discovered something more interesting than sex' (Aldous Huxley) Thank you for this. I have added this Adlous Huxley person to my ever-increasing list of worthless Tarsks. He's not by any chance a Furry, is he?
  5. Virgil Gearz wrote: Hmm, yes Mr Parkes .. although you are off putting of my kind from your initial title and greeting (or perhaps your newly enlightened manliness had hoped such a greeting would keep such foul inhabitants as I from replying?) ..yet I feel inclined to step from the forest and enter the fray for the sake of my fellow Beasts. For you can sprinkle your thread title with words like Gorean, Kajira, Manly and Man all you like, but who are you to say how lines of communication should be handled between the hunter and the hunted? Who are you to define the relations of Male and female simply because of your newfound human sensitivity? Surely you can speak for all the sulking Males of human form, afraid that little kajira may have needs of her own. But where in your current sad state of Maleness do you leave room for us Beasts .. those of us who wake not knowing whose bloods drips from our fangs? For those of us who have no control and barely a scant memory of the wicked deeds we carry out in the name of natural affairs? Oh look .. the human Male has discovered choice! How lucky for us of purity and grace! how fortunate for us of natural order and instinctual habit! Surely you will build us fine cages as soon as your civilization is in order! Yes, speak for the lowly human Male if you must, tell us how you must bend and consult to satisfy your kajira .. but keep thine blade at hand when you walk her along the forests edge. For the smell of your open wound is flaring our nostrils, and you know in your pathetic bleeding heart that this ruse will never build a defense strong enough to protect your kind from our savage needs when they arise. And certainly you know Mr Parkes .. those of us who have seen your red silken waddle care not if it is you or the weaker kajira that we take violently to the forest floor when our need arises like a glistening serpent through the mist! So make your cry for civility human Male. Surely it will be good practice for the cries you will make when you and your kajira are passed amongst the arms of Beasts! I have bitten my Beastly tongue quite enough on you now Mr Parkes, it would be a grave mistake to expect the same courtesy outside this antiseptic public fora. There is, of course, a good reason why I restricted my greetings to kajirae and gentlemen . . . to humans that is, and not to furries. Were I not a somewhat reformed Manly Man, my response to you would undoubtedly have read as follows: Furries of any sort of not worthy of my consideration! And why not you ask? Being savage, unreasoning, and mindless brutes with hair growing out of strange and disgusting parts of their bodies is what comes naturally to furries. Whereas for Manly Gorean Men, these things are the result of years and years of dedicated practice and training. We have at least earned our place as subhumans. Where's the fun in calling someone a worthless Tarsk if that is, in fact, probably exactly what he or she actually is? That is what I would have said. We, and the mods, can only be thankful that I have not.
  6. Willow Danube wrote: Master Parkes, I am no Kajirae... but if I am, I would definitely measure my Master manliness by his Sword! Being raised in a head hunting tribe, our manly men has always been trained with the art of taking care of their machetes. I would like to share with you this ancient practise. It must (and in no particular important order) be:.. 1. Cleaned at least 3 times a day 2. Sharp and Agile (it may have 'wear and tear' , like the a man's knee cap, as it aged... but that is inevitable so therefore sadly acceptable) 3. With a distinct curve, liken to the smile of a satisfied woman. 4. Properly kept in a cool, dark and dry place. 5. The base or handle must be strong enough to hold the blade for a correct aim 6. Must be used at least 3 times a day if the owner is a young man and 3 times a week for those with less stamina. 7. Proper coating of the sword before using is optional but preferable. Master Parkes, I hope this will give you some insight, if not knowledge from another tribe in this part of the world. These are fascinating insights; thank you Willow. I have come to recognize the importance of cross-cultural intercourse; we have so much to learn from each other. With that in mind, I have been considering the possibility of taking a number of kajirae from a broad selection of tribes and cities; a sort of diverse collection of women slaves in whom I hope to implant my values and . . . well, my values. The ways of your tribe are indeed strange to me; my own sword, for instance, was tempered by the blood of a thousand virgins, and I have been told (I must blushingly confess) that it possesses an effective and pleasing curvature of its own. But I would gladly clash swords with any of your tribe.
  7. Govindira Galatea wrote: Thou art right, of course. What these fora have lacked is a manly toe. We who truly appreciate manliness have been gathering and discussing the lack of a manly toe. And now, we have it, dipped in the water. As we had hoped and prayed. Thank you for your manly toe. /me bows his Manly head in acknowledgement Did you but know the feats (or should I say feets?) of which this toe is capable, you would soon appreciate what an honour it is.
  8. Rhonda Huntress wrote: And welcome back to the manly man forums, Richard. Or have I just missed your musings? Thank you. I am, for the moment, merely dipping my Manly toe into the waters here, however.
  9. Rhonda Huntress wrote: Richard Parkes wrote: PS. An admittedly cursory search would seem to indicate that the origin of your witticism is not Mark Twain, but actually "Peanuts." A much more reliable source of wisdom, to be sure. Increasingly of late I have found myself identifying with Linus. Except with a security blanket made from silks, of course.
  10. Govindira Galatea wrote: I'll say it, the requisite: This will not end well. I'm not sure why you should think so. I would have thought that our new Insect Masters -- the Forum deputies, if you will, of the Sardar -- would be pleased to see evidence of reform amongst the Manly Men of Gor. To demonstrate that such reform is possible, I need only point to myself. There was a time when I might have responded to your post by suggesting that you are as useful as a pile of mindar droppings, and that you should be bent to the will of a Manly Man at the edge of his sword. Such is no longer the case; indeed, on the contrary, I thank you most sincerely for the input.
  11. Dillon Levenque wrote: Richard Parkes wrote: I would ask everyone, as well, to keep discussion here as civil as possible; please remember that good manners are next to Manliness. Huh. Just when I was thinking the entire Forum idea was without any possible socially redeeming value, here's Mister Studly with a sensitive and thoughtful thread. How nice. I don't know if this is a Mark Twain quote. I remember it as being from one of his stories (Alibi Ike?) but I liked it and your comment brought it to mind: 'They say cleanliness is next to Godliness. I say it's next to impossible" Thank you for your response, Dillon! I can imagine that there will be some who will be a little surprised by the apparent shift in my tone in this thread, given my past posts upon this subject. Suffice it to say that I am merely doing my best to adapt to the changing times. I am hoping that this thread may encourage those Tarsks Masters who may have not given thought to the importance of equitable relations with their slaves to consider, perhaps for the first time, the importance and value of a thorough re-evaluation of the unjust power structures and emotional coercion that characterize (all too frequently) the normal master-slave relationship. PS. An admittedly cursory search would seem to indicate that the origin of your witticism is not Mark Twain, but actually "Peanuts."
  12. Good evening, kajirae and gentlemen. Speaking to one of my kajirae today, it occurred to me, in a blinding flash as it were, that I have never taken the time to consult with her about what it is that she would most like to see in her Manly Gorean Master (i.e., me). I was a trifle abashed by this realization: while i've tried always to be a sensitive and open Manly Gorean Man, it may well be that I have not always been as ready to open the lines of communication with my kajirae as I should. Given that the basis of any really sound and successful master/slave relationship must always be mutual respect, a free exchange of thoughts, and a really deft whip hand, it seemed to me a good idea to inquire more generally amongst the kajirae and slaves here as to what they think constitute the qualities of a really caring master. It is to be hoped, of course, that the Manly Gorean Men among you will also peruse the suggestions that follow, and look to ways to improve your own master-slave relationship. I would ask everyone, as well, to keep discussion here as civil as possible; please remember that good manners are next to Manliness.
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