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Gorean Guidelines. Whenever possible, Room Leaders are given the freedom and latitude to run their homes as they see fit. First and foremost, Portal of Dreams Site Rules take precedence over the rules of any privately run home located in the Gorean Section.
|How old am I:
||I'm 20 years old
|What is my nationaly: ||I'm colombian|
|I prefer: ||Sensitive guy|
|Eye tone: ||I’ve got bright gray-green eyes|
|What is my gender: ||Girl|
|What is my figure type: ||My body features is medium-build|
Frustrations in roleplay
Gor is simply a compilation of stories, written by a man of Earth, a professor of philosophy, under the pen name of John Gor chat rooms. Having never come face to face with a kaiila, or a bosk or a tharlarion before, it is hard for me to imagine a "true" Gor. In order for chat rooms to become as the books, we would all need to disregard the morals, principles and beliefs that we grew up on in our real time lives on Earth.
We would have to take several backsteps from what humanity and society has evolved, and put from our minds the concept of a God or higher being. Men would then see all women as slaves, or potential slaves, not truly seeing them fit to independent and self-sufficient. Women would give up all thoughts of "women's lib," all thoughts of rights and independence. In order for chat rooms of Gor to be "true" the practice of forced rape of both slaves and yes, even the lofty free women would have to be gor chat rooms, expected and tolerated.
Slaves would be entitled, then, the luxury of jealousy and vicious fighting, as long as they did not mar each other or kill each other.
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Slaves would also be whipped more often, disciplined more cruelly. A slave injured or sick would not benefit from the concerned look of a free person. There would be no lapping and coddling, no cute nicknames, and the like. A clumsy slave found displeasing.
The slaves then would simply be discarded as is proper for "true" Gor. Virtual time Gor has to make compromises, make changes where necessary. The books are there as simply a basis on which to build a Gorean chat site. Chat rooms can get close to realism — but never quite there. A good amount of this lies within the roleplayer him or her self. There will always be those who roleplay extremely well; gor chat rooms there will always be those who have no clue. Most roleplayers are middle ground.
Do rooms put up s: "Only roleplayers that know how to roleplay can enter" to keep out the clueless? Some have tried.
Chat rooms — including those created for Gor and other similar roleplay venues as well were deed for people to have fun and enjoy themselves. I see far too many rules in most rooms; too few rules in others. I have helped a few rooms set up guidelines and rules, especially those for the slaves themselves. One thing I have grown in, is learning the happy medium.
An example is chores. There are homes that require slaves to do chores when they are not serving. These rooms require slaves to post their chores on the message boards; some require lengthy scripts themselves posted, while others just a brief statement of what the person did for chores.
Where is the realism in that? Absolutely none.
Depending on where the slave lived, be it in a city, with a nomadic tribe, etc. Female slaves were given a great amount of time to have for their leisure; this to ensure that when the masters were ready for entertainment, they would be rested, bathed and prepared to be exquisitely pleasing. I personally believe the requirement of chores is antiquated and ill-used. When helping the rooms set up guidelines, rather than chores being required when a slave was not serving, "roleplay" was gor chat rooms when a slave was not serving.
Several rooms, I think, forget about roleplay itself.
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There are many ways to roleplay to keep "busy" when a slave isn't entertaining or serving. Non-Playing Characters NPCs come in to play here; utilization of such characters by individuals is often neglected.
Storylines can be easily created using NPCs and help a person hone gor chat rooms roleplaying skills. Try as they might, I have yet to see a "true" Gorean home. There are those that have come very close. Those homes sadly, start with a great membership, but the "reality" of Gor becomes too much for many roleplayers. These sort of homes are essentially deed for the serious roleplayer.
Gorean homes that are as far from being a "true" Gorean home seem to thrive. Many come online in hopes of seeking kindred spirits, of grouping with these new-found families. While not being within the truth and realism of Gor, these homes instead feed that need of having fun and a familial feel.
Because of the differences in publishing the books, depending upon whether published in the U. All of my quotes are from original, first-printing Gor chat rooms. These s are not written for any specific home, but rather as informational s for those not able to get ahold of the books and read them yourself.
Opinions and commentaries are strictly my own personal views, therefore, if you don't like what you are reading — then don't. The information in these s is realistic to what is found within the books.
Many sites have added information, assuming the existences of certain products and practices, such as willowbark and agrimony for healing, and travel to earth and back for the collection of goods. I've explored the books, the flora, the fauna, and the beasts, and have compiled from those mentioned, the probabilities of certain practices, and what vegetation mentioned in the books is gor chat rooms for healing purposes, as well as given practicalities to other sorts of roleplaying assumptions.
A True Gor? In the Virtual World. Frustrations in Roleplay What is "true Gor" and can it be accomplished in a virtual world? Too Much of One Thing Chat rooms — including those created for Gor and other similar roleplay venues as well were deed for people to have fun and enjoy themselves. Final Thoughts Try as they might, I have yet to see a "true" Gorean home.
Which sort home then is right for you? Special Note Because of the differences in publishing the books, depending upon whether published in the U. What About Gamers?