Leading position; (postition), posture of a slave girl, bending forward at the waist, with her head at a master's hip, so that he may grab her hair and guide her where he wishes her to go.


"I looked at the girl. I nodded to her to approach me. She did so. I held my left hand open, at my waist. She stiffened, and looked at me, angrily. I opened and closed my left hand once. I saw her training in Gorean customs had been thorough. But she never thought that such a gesture would be used to her. She came beside me, and a bit behind me, and, crouching, put her head down, deeply. I fastened my hand in her hair. She winced. Women are helpless in this position."
Book 12, Beasts of Gor: Page 409

Others passed, too, with slaves in custody, but differently, the slaves bent over, in leading position, their heads at the hips of free men, held there by the hair, these slaves' hands fastened, too, behind their backs.
Book 29, Swordsmen of Gor: Page 431

“You are to come with me,” he said. “Lead­ing po­si­tion.”
I rose to my feet, and bent over, that my hair might be eas­ily grasped. I felt his hand lock it­self in my hair. My head was down, at his left thigh.
Book 31, Conspirators of Gor: Chapter 8