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Slave Clothing
Slave Clothing

A slave owns nothing and has nothing unless it is given to her by her Owner. This is a list of some common items worn by slaves.

Bina Beads:
These beads are cheap jewelry, usually made of plain metal, string, and wooden or glass beads.

Camisk:
A simple garment, about 18 inches wide, it is shaped like a poncho, split completely down the sides with a slit for the head. Just long enough to cover the slave's bottom, it is held in place at the waist by a piece of chain or binding fiber.

Chalwar:
Baggy pants made of diaphanous silks, these pants are worn by slave girls of the Tahari. They are similar to the harem trousers of Earth.

Chatka:
Worn like a breech-cloth, the chatka is a strip of black leather, 6 inches by 5 feet long, worn over the curla. The chatka is worn by slaves of the Wagon Peoples.

Curla:
Worn by slaves of the Wagon Peoples, the curla is the red waist cord which supports the chatka.

Kalmak:
The kalmak is a vest of black leather worn by slave girls of the Wagon Peoples.

Kes:
The kes is a short tunic of black leather worn by male slaves of the Wagon Peoples.

Koora:
A strip of red fabric, the koora is worn as a headband by slaves of the Wagon Peoples.

Piercing:
The piercing of a girl's ears is considered the ultimate degradation. Unlike nose piercing, a practice common among Free Women of the Wagon Peoples, and sometimes used to increase the beauty of female slaves, pierced ears are a very visible sign of a girl's slavery (even a brand and collar can be hidden under clothing). Piercing a girl's ears virtually guarantees she will always be a slave.

To the Gorean, the piercing of the woman's ear, with its analog of penetration, and the fixing in it of earrings, chosen by the master, ornamenting her for his pleasure, is an act of power and claimancy scarcely less significant than her branding and collaring. "Dancer of Gor", p. 157

Perhaps then, for the first time, I truly began to sense how the Gorean views such things. Surely these things are symbolic as well as beautiful. The girl's lovely ears have been literally pierced; the penetrability of her sweet flesh is thus brazenly advertised upon her very body, a proclamation of her ready vulnerability, in incitement to male rapine. " Explorers of Gor", p. 201

Pleasure Silk:
A diaphanous, clingy form of silk, pleasure silk is worn only by slaves. There are many ways to wear slave silk, most commonly it wraps around the slave, with a disrobing loop at the left shoulder.

Sirik:
This arrangement of chains is used to better display the beauty of a slave, rather than confine her. It consists of a collar attached to a length of chain. A few feet down the chain is a pair of manacles, and at the end of the chain is a set of shackles.

Slave Bells:
Threaded on thongs or chains, and locked around a girl's wrists, ankles or attached to her collar, these tiny bells give off a distinct, sensuous sound.

Slave Veil:
This small triangle of diaphanous silk is worn across the bridge of the nose and covers the lower half of the girl's face. It parodies the heavy veils worn by Free Women. It conceals nothing and readily arouses the lust of Masters.

The slave veil is a mockery, it in its way. It reveals, as much as conceals, yet it adds a touch of subtlety, mystery; slave veils are made to be torn away, the lips of the master then crushing those of the slave. "Tribesmen of Gor", p. 70

Talmit:
A headband.

Ta-teera:
A short and simple, sleeveless, one-piece slave garment, the ta-teera is also called the slave rag.

Turian Camisk:
A piece of cloth shaped like an inverted 'T' with a beveled crossbar, it fastens behind the neck. The bars of the 'T' pass between the girl's legs, and are brought forward snuggly at her hips. The Turian camisk is held in place by the cord that binds it at the back of the neck and the knot of the bars in front at the waist. This camisk is worn by slaves in the City of Turia.