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  • n. Plural form of slavegirl.


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  • The hilarious thing is, the kinky people I know who are into the damsel-in-distress thing or D/s thing which is what I'm reading into when men are "heroes" and women are "slavegirls" are the most "PC" people I know, making sure everyone gets respected at all times.

    “I’m not racist, but…”

  • 'That's all that separates the queens from the slavegirls: a shift in consciousness from denial to acceptance of personal power.'

    Dr. Alex Benzer: How to Be A Modern Goddess...According to a Guy

  • So they brought them to him and opened them before him, bale after bale, till they had unpacked the seven hundred loads, whereof he chose out the best and said, “Bear these to Princess Dunyá that she may distribute them among her slavegirls; and carry her also this coffer of jewels, that she may divide them among her handmaids and eunuchs.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Of course, Conan isn't obsessed with tying up and chaining up slavegirls like Goreans are, but I was surprised at his attitude toward slavegirls in the SSoC stories.

    John Seavey’s Storytelling Engines: Savage Sword of Conan | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Ehh, I shall just go reread one of the stories I still have involving nummy slavegirls instead.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • DynCorp, the US Defense contractor recently nailed for trade in teenaged slavegirls in Bosnia, is also up to its armpits in the drug-trade in Columbia, where they are assisting the DoD in, ahem, eliminating the drug trade.

    Boing Boing: January 20, 2002 - January 26, 2002 Archives

  • But this time, this place, the desert didn't care how many pretty slavegirls graced your tents, as long as you could hold them all, and you did.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • His house was in a lordly quarter of the city, wherein he kept a handful of beautiful black slavegirls of Parg and a eunuch manservant or two, but his presence in this lowly tavern was not unusual.

    Hero Of Dreams

  • Or maybe after a couple of hours she'll tell one of her slavegirls to come in here and pretend she's Pulcheria.

    Up The Line

  • She was heavily laden with jewelry, and so obviously was not just one of the slavegirls; yet her costume was daring by Byzantine standards, consisting only of a light double winding of translucent silk.

    Up The Line


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