Posted: June 24, 2010 in Gorean, Meanings, Submission

The slave sits upon their heels with their back and shoulders straight, chest out, belly in, and head up, with eyes averted slightly downcast.

The slaves thighs are open, widely spread and hands rest upon their thighs palms downward (upward for their owner or someone special at times).

“Nadu” come from the Gorean word for “kneel” and it is also called the position of a pleasure slave.
Sometimes wrists are crossed in front as though for binding.

With regard to upward palms, among slaves, this is a common way of signaling need, helplessness, and a desire to please.

(Taken from Lara Dune)


On June 23rd, i was taught “Nadu” (among other things) by a highly respected friend and mentor.
This night, my life as a slave changed.  Thank you kind Sir.


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