A slave dance is a very unique experience. If you’ve not been to Palace Chat, or to the Sardar Fairs you’ve missed one of the most enchanting slave acts of self-expression.
If you’ve never been there, let me help you just a bit with it. A slave prepares her dance in the words that at first are designed to please Masters and the Free attending the event. But then something unique starts to happen, as the slave tries to do her best to be pleasing. She realizes that Masters and Free see the outward beauty constantly. Slaves are not permitted to hide their feminine charms, and their ability to entice and fire the male’s hormones to the boiling point of want.
The one part that a dance presents to the Masters is what is truly inside the slave. In the books on Gor, John Norman hints at the beauty of the dance, but it is to the slave herself to decide whether or not she’s going to open up, or just go through the motions.
It is safe to read other girls’ dances, and to take a bit from here, another bit from there, and then mix it all up with your style and you have a lovely, yet meaningless dance. When you see a particularly different dance, then you realize that there is no substitute for a good honest dance.
It does not have to be long. It does not need to have sensual or sexual content, it simply has to show you a piece from deep within the slave that once you’ve seen it, you realize it was a very special moment to celebrate the beauty and irreverent sensuality and honesty of a true slave.
To all the girls who’ve danced honestly at the Feast on En’Var we thank you; we’ve enjoyed it greatly.
Here’s just an example of the beauty found in a slave girl’s dance.