Gor Links

The_Gor_Project_1_by_mjranum_stockAs part of my workshop on Gor, I am providing some links to some online references on Gor.

John Norman on Wikipedia (AKA John Frederick Lange, Jr.).

Gor – on Wikipedia.

Gorean on Wikipedia.

Kajira on Wikipedia.

Gor – on Wipipedia.

World of Gor.

The Greater Laran Unabridged Encyclopaedia & Dictionary Of Gor .

Gorean Slave Garb.

Gor in the news.

Gor slave positions – a visual reference.

More Gor slave positions – Photos this time.

Gorean living – a reference to the Gorean lifestyle.

Gor books on Amazon.

The photo used above is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 License. In short: you are free to share and make derivative works of the file under the conditions that you appropriately attribute it, and that you distribute it only under a license identical to this one. Official license
Description The Gor Project 1 by mjranum stock.jpg

The Gor Project – 1: Photograph of model attired as a Gorean “kajira” (slave-girl), wearing Gorean “camisk” garment (narrow sideless poncho), and with a simulated “kef” brand on her thigh, as described in John Norman’s Gor series of science-fiction books.
Artist’s Comments: ….it was detected, that her body as she drew the brief, exotic, degrading silk about her, subtly and mistakeably, was shaken by an involuntary tremor of sensuality….it was the first time her body had felt slave silk. Surely it would be difficult for a woman to wear silk and not, by that much more, be aware of her womanhood…Indeed it would hardly account for the totality of her involuntary response, her body’s betrayal. It was not ordinary silk which she then, for the first time felt on her body. It was the softest and finest of diaphanous silks, clinging and betraying. It had been milled and created to reveal a woman most exquisitely and beautifully to her Master. It was brief, exotic, humiliating, degrading. It was of course slave silk. Hunters of Gor, (pg 150)
Date
12 September 2008

(2008-09-12)

Source
The Gor Project – 1 by ~mjranum-stock
Author
Photography by Marcus J. Ranum – http://www.ranum.com
Permission
(Reusing this image)
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

2 responses

4 11 2010
Socket Set ·

science fiction books is the thing that i always read because it stirs my imagination ..

2 01 2011
2010 in review « The House of Void

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