Q: Who in my family can I convert?
A: Wives, Daughters, Step Daughters.
Q: What are the age limits on converting a daughter or step daughter?
A: In most states 16 to 24.
Q: I want to convert my wife’s sister, how do I do this.
A: Under normal circumstances, you can’t unless you meet the Person of Personal Contact (PPC) requirements.
Q: And what are the PPC requirements?
A: Have private consensual sex three times in the last 30 days and be able to prove it.
Q: What is the definition of sex in this context.
A: Any penetration with a penis or strap on device in any of the mouth, anus or vagina.
Q: So masturbation doesn’t count but a blow job does.
Q: How far apart must the sex acts be in time?
A: At least 5 minutes, unless the orifice changes, then it does’t matter.
Q: If I have oral sex, anal sex and vaginal sex all in the same event that counts as all three sex acts needed?
A: Yes, it does.
Q: I had sex as part of a threesome (or other group sex) does this count?
A: No, multiple partners counts as a performance act and does not qualify you for PPC status.
Q: What if one or more of the partners are already slaves?
A: Still counts as multi partners and therefor a performance act.
Q: What if I have sex with a prostitute?
A: If a value of more than $25.00 changes hands it does not count as an act that leads to PPC status.
Q: Back to converting my wife’s family. I’ve read that high dowries can lead to this. Can you explain this?
A: The short version is it’s a contract violation if they don’t produce the dowries specified in the marriage agreement. Normally this exposes only the mother of the bride and any sisters of the bride, but could expose cousins depending on living arrangements.
Q: What can a dowries be?
A: Anything of value.
Q: So, 2 goats and a sheep could be the dowries?
A: Yes, but unlikely.
Q: Can you explain school conversions?
A: Schools can issue a contract that a student at the school must meet select dress codes and behavior patterns. Repeated violations of these can result in a default on the contract and expose the student to conversions. Depending on the contract it may also expose the sisters and mother of the student to conversion as well.
Q: I understand that there are some women that can’t be converted with out a criminal court case against them. Can you tell me what they are?
A: Pregnant women, mothers of male children under 14 and mothers of female children under 12. Women under the state age of consent. Women who hold a federal slavers warrant and women who have passed a Mistress class in the last 10 years can not be converted via PPC or contract defaults.
Q: Can a mother convert a daughter or is it father only?
A: Either parent or step-parent can convert a daughter or step daughter.
Q: What are the limits on a women volunteering to be converted.
A: She must be of sound mind, which means not on any drugs or have a BAC higher than the state DWI level.
Q: What about employees?
A: Of course the PPC rules still apply, but the normal conversion route for employees is contract default. Employment contracts can expose the wife and daughters to conversion in some cases.
Q: I’ve heard that some companies were sued and the plaintiff gained some of the executives or executives wives and daughters as slaves. Is this true?
A: Yes. While less likely than a natural person defaulting on a contract, corporations can default on a contract. This often exposes female executives and the family members of male executives to conversion. Also female executives and the family members of male executives may be sold to pay corporation’s fines if so ordered by the judge over seeing the case.
Q: What are the limits on killing a slave that you own?
A: There is no limit. The snuff tax was removed in 2016.
Q: Who can own a slave?
A: Any male over 12 years of age and any free women over 14 year of age.
Q: What are the requirements for getting Mistress status?
A: Be a free women over 14 years of age, and pass an approved Mistress training. What is approved Mistress training varies from state to state.
Q: If someone passes a Mistress training in one state and moves to another is she still a Mistress?
Q: Can you explain the “Hunter” class slaver’s warrant?
A: The hunter class warrant is a rare class of warrant that allows some clearly defined status of a free woman to result in a conversion. For example, being fully nude in a public place that doesn’t normally allow nudity. Being in bondage in public can also be a trigger for this. Free women that end up in status that can lead to conversion, through no fault of their own, are exempted from those status.
Q: Can you explain contest conversions?
A: Contest conversions are a type of contract, where if you do not “win” the contest you are in default of the contract and are exposed to a conversion possibility. Contest with less than a 50/50 chance of winning are tightly controlled at both the federal and state level. Contest with less than a 30% chance of winning have to clearly state that signing up for this contest is the same as volunteering for conversion.
Q: What level of force can a slaver apply to secure a non-voluntary conversion.
A: Any level short of lethal. “Stun guns”, “Tazers”, and “bean bag rounds” from shotguns, for example, have been declared as less than lethal.
Q: What happens if a free women is taken by a slaver but it is later found that she is not eligible for conversion?
A: She is freed. She has no legal ground to sue the slaver responsible, but may sue the individual that created the conversion event.