About Mor

Like Gor, but Mor:

More inclusive, more accessible, more ethical. 

This website was inspired by the desire to have something like a queer and feminist version of the Gor books.[1]

I thought of trying to write a book, or series, but I don’t have time. So I’m doing this instead. A collaborative website where anyone can submit a story and help shape the world.

Anyone who wants to can submit a story (or drawing, or webcomic…) to this website, and if it is well written (or drawn) and follows the Guidelines, it will usually get added to the site.[2] For now, I’ll be reading and manually approving all stories before the stories go live. If I start getting more submissions than I can keep up with, I’ll switch to something else.

My goal for now is to have one new story a month. I’d love to get up to one story a week, but start slow and build, right?

Like it says at the top, this is an experiment. I’m going to keep the site going for a year, and see how much interest there is. If I can get enough other authors putting in stories and enough readers interested I’ll keep it going. Enough readers interested means ‘enough Patreon supporters that I can pay authors at least $25 each for their stories.’ (So go give your support now!)


Gor, Mor, and BDSM

One of my reasons for doing this is I just plain want to read sword-and-sorcery style power exchange and M/s without all the misogyny and racism of Gor.

But another reason is blatant social engineering.

I understand the appeal of the Gorean subculture. There is something very beautiful about a D/s / M/s subculture with shared protocol and ideas and, well, culture.

And we have that. But the version of it we have is Gor. I’m hoping (it’s a Hail Mary shot, as they say in football) that this website/story collection/world can provide an alternative for BDSM folks who want to have a shared language and customs for their M/s, but want the basis for that culture to be not a misogynistic, racist, shitty mess.

(I fully expect this world to be a mess. But not a misogynistic, racist one.)

[1] If you aren’t familiar, the Gor books are a misogynist’s kinky power-fantasy taken to the nth degree and set in a sword-and-sorcery world. Some of us want the kinky power fantasy sword-and-sorcery without the misogyny, racism, and ableism.

[2] I reserve the right to reject stories for reasons other than those in the Guidelines — this will usually lead to a new Guideline being added.