History YMMV / Gor

1st Apr '16 2:59:07 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** There are several cases in the books where a woman is raped, bound, stripped, or otherwise undergoes some sort of sex-related humiliation. This invariably makes her more gentle, more feminine, and overall more pleasant to be around. To hammer the point home, she's often shown as being ''happier'' once she's been properly raped and put in her place.

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** There are several cases in the books where a woman is raped, bound, stripped, or otherwise undergoes some sort of sex-related humiliation. [[RapePortrayedAsRedemption This invariably makes her more gentle, more feminine, and overall more pleasant to be around.around]]. To hammer the point home, she's often shown as being ''happier'' once she's been properly raped and put in her place.
28th Feb '16 8:13:08 AM Game_Fan
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** A meta example but many people are disturbed to learn that John Norman's day job is as an ethics professor.
17th Dec '15 2:00:30 PM Nautilus1
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** [[CreatorInJoke This may be based on traditional portrayal of Black slaves vs. White upper class females in the Old South]], given how the book series started in politically-turbulent [[TheSixties 1960s]]. [[http://www.pbs.org/wnet/slavery/experience/gender/history2.html Traditional view was Black women were either sexually promiscuous]], [[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4p2956.html or sexually exploited by owners and overseers]], or both, while the White elite had to maintain proper standards in their personal life, avenging their frustrations and jealousy on helpless slaves.

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** [[CreatorInJoke This may be based on traditional portrayal of Black slaves vs. White upper class females in the Old South]], given how the book series started in politically-turbulent [[TheSixties 1960s]]. [[http://www.pbs.org/wnet/slavery/experience/gender/history2.html Traditional view was Black women were either sexually promiscuous]], [[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4p2956.html or sexually exploited by owners and overseers]], or both, [[http://www.studentpulse.com/articles/747/sexual-relations-between-elite-white-women-and-enslaved-men-in-the-antebellum-south-a-socio-historical-analysis while the White elite had to maintain proper standards in their personal life, life]], avenging their frustrations and jealousy on helpless slaves.
17th Dec '15 5:59:53 AM Nautilus1
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** [[CreatorInJoke This may be based on traditional portrayal of Black slaves vs. White upper class females in the Old South]], given how the book series started in politically-turbulent [[TheSixties 1960s]]. Traditional view was Black women were either sexually promiscuous, [[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4p2956.html or sexually exploited by owners and overseers]], or both, while the White elite had to maintain proper standards in their personal life, avenging their frustrations and jealousy on helpless slaves.

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** [[CreatorInJoke This may be based on traditional portrayal of Black slaves vs. White upper class females in the Old South]], given how the book series started in politically-turbulent [[TheSixties 1960s]]. [[http://www.pbs.org/wnet/slavery/experience/gender/history2.html Traditional view was Black women were either sexually promiscuous, promiscuous]], [[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4p2956.html or sexually exploited by owners and overseers]], or both, while the White elite had to maintain proper standards in their personal life, avenging their frustrations and jealousy on helpless slaves.
17th Dec '15 5:57:36 AM Nautilus1
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** [[CreatorInJoke This may be based on traditional portrayal of Black slaves vs. White upper class females in the Old South]], given how the book series started in politically-turbulent [[TheSixties 1960s]]. Traditional view was Black women were either sexually promiscuous, [[http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4p2956.html or sexually exploited by owners and overseers]], or both, while the White elite had to maintain proper standards in their personal life, avenging their frustrations and jealousy on helpless slaves.
16th Nov '15 9:11:15 AM OlfinBedwere
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* TakeThatScrappy: Even the film seems to have been aware of just how annoying Watney was, as evidenced by the ending where [[spoiler:the ring ends up sending Watney back to Earth alone without Cabot, who finally gets to be with Talena, while Watney ends up having to explain to some cops why he's jaywalking in the middle of Los Angeles dressed in a ridiculous outfit]].

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* {{Sequelitis}}: The first film at least gives the impression of being made by people who were ''trying'' to make something halfway decent. ''Outlaw'', however, comes across as just a bunch of action sequences loosely tied together by a RandomEventsPlot, along with being generally cheap and poorly-made, even by comparison to the first film.
* SpecialEffectFailure:
** In the first film, the sequence where Cabot is sent to Gor cuts between studio shots of him driving through a thunderstorm at night, and location footage showing his car driving along on a bright, sunny day with only a day-for-night filter attempting to give the impression of a storm. ''Outlaw'' somehow manages to be vastly worse, just having Cabot's car being rocked by a couple of stagehands, after which we get a smash-cut to him and Watney being on Gor.
** The climax of ''Outlaw'' has the hunter throwing a spear at [[spoiler:Queen Lara]] with some force... followed by a shot of someone off-screen very gently prodding the spear into [[spoiler:Lara]]'s abdomen.
* TakeThatScrappy: Even the film ''Outlaw'' seems to have been aware of just how annoying Watney was, as evidenced by the ending where [[spoiler:the ring ends up sending Watney back to Earth alone without Cabot, who finally gets to be with Talena, while Watney ends up having to explain to some cops why he's jaywalking in the middle of Los Angeles dressed in a ridiculous outfit]].
28th Aug '15 6:40:24 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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*** Against all of this, there is the Gorean concept that when the right Master and slave-girl end up together, they will both be fully satisfied with the relationship - and have many centuries to enjoy it. This is the denouement of ''Captive of Gor'', ''Slave Girl of Gor'', and the other girl-protagonist stories, and a number of other Master/slave relationships seem to be heading that way in other books too. Essentially, true can only be found by putting the right Master with the right brainwashed sex-slave, who's clearly in a position to decide what she finds "fulfilling."

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*** Against all of this, there is the Gorean concept that when the right Master and slave-girl end up together, they will both be fully satisfied with the relationship - and have many centuries to enjoy it. This is the denouement of ''Captive of Gor'', ''Slave Girl of Gor'', and the other girl-protagonist stories, and a number of other Master/slave relationships seem to be heading that way in other books too. Essentially, true can only be found by putting the right Master with the right brainwashed sex-slave, [[SarcasmMode who's clearly in a position to decide what she finds "fulfilling.""]]
23rd Aug '15 10:19:18 AM thebluebus
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* WhatAnIdiot: Upon finding the King's dead body, Cabot pulls the knife out of his back and then runs out of the room with it in his hand for all to see.
19th Aug '15 10:58:37 AM JurassicClark
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Women are nasty, bitchy feminists when given any respect whatsoever. Only when raped and forced into slavery can they become loving, gentle and kind.
** There are several cases in the books where a woman is raped, bound, stripped, or otherwise undergoes some sort of sex-related humiliation. This invariably makes her more gentle, more feminine, and overall more pleasant to be around. To hammer the point home, she's often shown as being ''happier'' once she's been properly raped and put in her place.
27th Feb '15 11:48:36 PM DesignatedNPC
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*** Against all of this, there is the Gorean concept that when the right Master and slave-girl end up together, they will both be fully satisfied with the relationship - and have many centuries to enjoy it. This is the denouement of ''Captive of Gor'', ''Slave Girl of Gor'', and the other girl-protagonist stories, and a number of other Master/slave relationships seem to be heading that way in other books too. The path to true fulfillment is putting the right Master with the right brainwashed sex-slave, who's clearly in the position to decide what she finds "fulfilling."

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*** Against all of this, there is the Gorean concept that when the right Master and slave-girl end up together, they will both be fully satisfied with the relationship - and have many centuries to enjoy it. This is the denouement of ''Captive of Gor'', ''Slave Girl of Gor'', and the other girl-protagonist stories, and a number of other Master/slave relationships seem to be heading that way in other books too. The path to Essentially, true fulfillment is can only be found by putting the right Master with the right brainwashed sex-slave, who's clearly in the a position to decide what she finds "fulfilling."
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