~Permission to Speak~
"It is common," I said, "for a slave to request permission to speak."
~Magicians of Gor, page 193~
"May I speak, Master?" asked the girl.
"Yes," I said, as Marcus would not respond to her. This permission may be given by any free person and is effective, unless it is overruled by the true master."
~Vagabonds of Gor, page 486~
"Blood ran from my mouth; other blood I swallowed. My vision cleared; I could not believe the pounding of my heart. I had been cuffed. I knelt, terrified. At
that time I did not realize how light had been my discipline considering the gravity of my offense. I had both spoken without permission, and broken position
without permission. Most simply, I had been displeasing to a free man."
~Slave Girl of Gor, Page 34~
"Master!" she wept.
"Were you given permission to speak? " I asked.
"No, Master," she wept.
"Then be silent," I said.
"Yes, Master," she said.
~Player of Gor, page 259~