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A Turian collar is a rigid metal collar which is circular in cross-section, and so has an overall torus shape. The term was invented by John Norman for use in his Gor series of science-fiction books (where the adjective "Turian" refers to the city of Turia in the southern hemisphere of the planet Gor, which has some cultural practices different from those of the main northern-hemisphere cities). In the following quote, it is contrasted with the closely-fitting cylindrical collar of the northern cities:

"The Turian collar lies loosely on the girl, a round ring; it fits so loosely that, when grasped in a man's fist, the girl can turn within it; the common Gorean collar, on the other hand, is a flat, snugly fitting steel band. Both collars lock in the back, behind the girl's neck. The Turian collar is more difficult to engrave, but it, like the flat collar, will bear some legend assuring that the girl, if found, will be promptly returned to her master." - Nomads of Gor[ext][1]

Several BDSM scene manufacturers now produce Turian collars, either with internal screw locking mechanisms, or with tags which allow a padlock[wp] to be used.

Quotes

Quote: «She wore the Turian collar, rather than the common slave collar. The Turian collar lies loosely on the girl, a round ring; it fits so loosely that, when grasped in a man's fist, the girl can turn within it; the common Gorean collar, on the other hand, is a flat, snugly fitting steel band. Both collars lock in the back, behind the girl's neck. The Turian collar is more difficult to engrave, but it, like the flat collar, will bear some legend assuring that the girl, if found, will be promptly returned to her master.» - Nomads of Gor[ext] page 29[1]
Quote: «The Turian collar, too, a looser ring of steel, large enough for a man's fist to grasp on the girl's throat, was occasionally seen now in the northern cities.» - Captive of Gor[ext] page 160[1]
Quote: «He went to his desk and, from one of its drawers, drew forth an opened slave collar. It was unlike most of the Gorean collars. It was a Turian collar. Most Gorean collars, decorated or not, are basically a flat, circular band, hinged, which locks snugly about the girl’s neck. The Turian collar, on the other hand, fits more loosely and resembles a hinged ring, looped about the throat. A man can get his fingers inside a Turian collar and use it to drag the girl to him. It does not fit loosely enough to permit its being slipped, of course. Gorean collars are not made to be slipped by the girls who wear them.» - Slave Girl of Gor[ext] page 251-252[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 The Gorean World: Types of collars

See also


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