Talk:Topping from the bottom

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This occurs even in the Gor books (though many would not expect it), and can be viewed indulgently if it's limited to a kajira keeping up at least a superficial facade of submissiveness to successfully wheedle little personal perks from her master.  However, if a kajira tries to assume the dignities or privileges of a free woman, or deals with third parties to attempt to benefit from her knowledge of or influence over her master, that's generally viewed very negatively... [[User:AnonMoos|AnonMoos]] ([[User talk:AnonMoos|talk]]) 02:26, 12 April 2021 (EDT)
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This occurs even in the Gor books (though many would not expect it), in which it can be viewed indulgently if it's limited to a kajira keeping up at least a superficial facade of submissiveness to successfully wheedle little personal perks from her master.  However, if a kajira tries to assume the dignities or privileges of a free woman, or deals with third parties to attempt to benefit from her knowledge of or influence over her master, that's generally viewed very negatively... [[User:AnonMoos|AnonMoos]] ([[User talk:AnonMoos|talk]]) 02:26, 12 April 2021 (EDT)

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This occurs even in the Gor books (though many would not expect it), in which it can be viewed indulgently if it's limited to a kajira keeping up at least a superficial facade of submissiveness to successfully wheedle little personal perks from her master. However, if a kajira tries to assume the dignities or privileges of a free woman, or deals with third parties to attempt to benefit from her knowledge of or influence over her master, that's generally viewed very negatively... AnonMoos (talk) 02:26, 12 April 2021 (EDT)

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