Dancer’s Corner

“We dance for laughter, we dance for tears, we dance for madness, we dance for fears, we dance for hopes, we dance for screams, we are the dancers, we create the dreams.” – Albert Einstein

Gorean dancing… what is it? First a quote: ““In every female there is a dancer” – Mercenaries of Gor

Slaves on Gor are expected to dance on command. Some are more trained or skilled than others and those become known as dancing slaves, however all slaves are expected to dance on command. It is a skill often taught in the kennels of Gor. But why? Why is dancing so important to Goreans. This is also explained from a quote from Mercenaries of Gor – “I am fond of slave dances. It is hard for a woman to be more beautiful than when she dances her beauty as a slave before masters.” Dancing entertains and excites the Masters of Gor and for that reason Gorean slaves dance. Dancing is also the one place that a slave can allow the Free to enter her world. Within the dance she can express emotions she might not be able to express more openly.

“Slave dance, that form of dance, in its thousands of variations, in which a female may excitingly and beautifully, marvellously and fulfillingly, express the depths and profoundities of her nature.”

Magicians of Gor

Not only the slaves of Gor danced, though that is the most common. The Free Men and the Free Women of Gor danced also. In this space will be examples of such dances of all types. Also included will be some instructions and informative articles on Gorean dance.

A few more quotes from the Gorean books to bring home the importance of Gorean Dance.

“Slave dance,’ on Gor incidentally, is a very rich and varied dance form. It covers a great deal more than simple ‘ethnic dance.’ For example, it includes dances such as hunt dances, capture dances, submission dances, chain dances, whip dances, and such. Perhaps what is done in slave dance on Gor would count as ‘exotic dance’ on Earth, but, if we are thinking of the actual kinds of dances performed, then there is much in slave dance, for example, story dances, which are seldom, if ever, included in ‘exotic dance’ on Earth, and there are forms of dance in ‘exotic dance’ which for one reason or another, are seldom, if ever, seen on Gor, for example, certain forms of carnival dancing, such as bubble dancing or fan dancing. Perhaps the reason such dances are seldom, if ever, seen on Gor, is that Goreans would be likely to regard them as being ‘real dance.’ They would be regarded, I think, as little more than culturally idiosyncratic forms of comedic teasing. They are, at any rate, not the sort of dance, or the ‘danse-du-ventre’ sort, so pleasing to strong men, which a slave on Gor, fearing the whip must often learn to perform.”

Dancer of Gor

“There is nothing coy or teasing about a Gorean dancer if the dance is of the scrolls. The girl wishes to be taken, wishes to please, she wishes to excite them, and twist them with torments of desire, and make them gasp and scream with pleasure! They would not compromise with a woman like me. They would want her too much. They would throw her to their feet. They would dominate and master me, mercilessly! I was a female. In the arms of no other sort of man could I be fulfilled!”

Dancer of Gor

Within these pages please enjoy the dances and instructions provided. Also be sure to check out the official dance troupe of the Freeport of Caer Cadarn… The Horettes!

Use the category drop down at the side to navigate to the section you want. Sections include Dance Videos, Dance Instructions and Dance Quotes.

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