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Sirik is a term coined by John Norman for an arrangement of chains linking a Turian collar to bracelets and anklets:
|Nomads of Gor wrote:|
both girls wore the Sirik, a light chain favored for female slaves by many Gorean masters; it consists of a Turian-type collar, a loose, rounded circle of steel, to which a light, gleaming chain is attached; should the girl stand, the chain, dangling from her collar, falls to the floor; it is about ten or twelve inches longer than is required to reach from her collar to her ankles; to this chain, at the natural fall of her wrists, is attached a pair of slave bracelets; at the end of the chain there is attached another device, a set of linked ankle rings, which, when closed about her ankles, lifts a portion of the slack chain from the floor; the Sirik is an incredibly graceful thing and designed to enhance the beauty of its wearer; perhaps it should only be added that the slave bracelets and the ankle rings may be removed from the chain and used separately; this also, of course, permits the Sirik to function as a slave leash.
The sirik is similar to five banding, but with
the addition of chains. The purpose is to thoroughly restrain a
woman's movements, but without needing to fasten her to anything, and
while still allowing her to stand, to walk with mincing steps, and to
kneel in the Gorean "tower slave" or "pleasure slave" (nadu)
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