The Slave Girl of Bor

23 10 2012

The Slave Girl of Bor

“Being a woman is a terribly difficult task, since it consists principally in dealing with men.” ~ Joseph Conrad

The Slave Girl of Bor

I am wearing silks today, which is not a normal for me. I agreed to blog the 25L Tuesdays Fall Fete, which goes from October 23 (today) to October 31. It’s is a pretty good deal for people looking for fantasy or role playing wear or people just looking for all sorts of great stuff, from cushions to clothing to rustic furniture. The sim has been constructed by Grace Loudon, who is an expert at shopping event sim construction, and it’s magnificent.

The Slave Girl of Bor

That being said, I tried Gor within my first few weeks here, and I am the self-proclaimed “Slave Girl of Bor.” I make a really crappy slave girl. I am just not very attentive or prone to taking the RP seriously, which is not a good thing for fellow RPers. I learned that the best Gor is the Gor without me involved.

Nevertheless I look freakin’ fantastic in silks, and these silks from Leire Writer are a gorgeous deal for 25L! She offers both long and short silks and she placed a chain of little bells across the decolletage, which is a perfect adornment for a slave girl like me—along the lines of putting a bell on a cat so you are warned it’s coming. Best just clear the area.
The Slave Girl of Bor

The cushion I am propped on does include the above sticking-out-the-tongue animation, which delighted me because there was more than once when that particular expression would have served me well in Gor. Searlait Nitschke seems to understand with all the postures one takes in Gor, a little humor is needed. I am also kneeling in some of Rogan Diesel’s newest kneeling animations without the cushion. Rogan really makes some of the sexiest poses in SL.

Finally, this lovely skin from Carina Larsen is on sale now. I really like the difference her skins give in look and feel—they are elegant and fresh all at once. I wear a hair from Carina as well, a blonde that matches this skin tone perfectly.

The Slave Girl of Bor

“Here’s all you have to know about men and women: women are crazy, men are stupid. And the main reason women are crazy is that men are stupid.” ~ George Carlin

Hair: Amacci Hair Maddie ~ Honey Blond by Carina Larsen for Amacci *

Skin: Amacci Skin – Hazel (Fair) – 03 Candy by Carina Larsen for Amacci *

Eyes: IKON ‘Sunrise’ Eyes – Light Aspen (ML) by Ikon Innovia for IKON *

Silks: Jezabel Mauve by Leire Writer for **Delicious**, available for the 25L Tuesdays Fall Fete *

Cushion: {RW} Quilted Slave Perch by Searlait Nitschke for Roawenwood, available for the 25L Tuesdays Fall Fete *

Feet: N-core FEET by Claire Messenger and Nuria Augapfel for N-core

Poses by Diesel Rogan for DieselWorks Animations *

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5 responses

23 10 2012
RoryRory Serpente

Love the poses, especially the poke out the tongue one, and would love to see the Gorean reaction to it.

I have heard some Gorean men are still in therapy for shock after your brief but unforgettable very short stay in Gor as a slave girl.

I suspect they were simply incapable of dealing with you telling them, when they ordered you to get them some paga or black-wine to “Get off your lazy ass and get it yourself, Fatso”

23 10 2012
Harper Beresford

Yes, the Gorean men suffer from PTSD–Post Traumatic Slave Disgust. I DID fetch the wine but I tripped and spilled it all over a free woman. And the bosk kind of grossed me out so I ended up throwing up in some Ubar’s lap. Clearly not their fault–mine entirely. Really–Gor is no place for me.

24 10 2012
Harper Ganesvoort

I have heard that it’s a little too Gor-y (ducking).

31 10 2012

Hahahahahahahahahahahaha ” That A Girl

16 02 2013
Kajira « A Passion for Virtual Fashion

[...] I have documented quite openly my ineptitude with Gor and being a slave girl. I am just not very good at it. I lack grace, social deftness, and the kind of sweetness that make kajira so appealing. Nevertheless, a trip to this month’s Genre has transformed me from bumbling fashionista to beautiful kajira, which is the theme. The major garb of a good kajira is, of course, her silks, and these from Marbella Pronovost include the appropriate adornment suited to a beautiful kajira with armbands, waist jewels and even a star radiating on the forehead. She includes no system pieces—you are au natural under the prims that make up this outfit, but the pieces are well assembled and unscripted, so you can get into the busiest exhibition and dance your ass off. [...]

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