Caste of Stevedores
Here are relevant references from the Books where the Caste of Stevedores is mentioned.
While not specifically titled a Caste, this group is mentioned along with others that are.
I make no pronouncements on these matters, but report them as I find them.
Arrive at your own conclusions.
I wish you well,
In the late afternoon, surprising me, there was a sudden cessation of activity on the wharf in our vicinity, and, as precipitately, a lull in conversation. Vendors were quiet, men ceased calling out to one another, stevedores put down their bundles, men ceased speaking, and all drew to the sides, clearing a path between the bales and crates, and the cages.
Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page 106
Occasionally I saw slippers, not sandals, beneath the hem of those robes. Surely there was danger of confusing such creatures with the occasional girl who sped past, tunicked, hurrying amongst the cages, sometimes hooted at by the stevedores.
Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page 109
In the meantime, several men had gathered around, some of them stevedores. Men are often attracted to the sales of women.
Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page 126
"Not at all," said the dealer. "Why should you say so? I do not understand. She is not short, nor is she tall. She is a pleasant average height, much the same height as most slaves. Her legs are spread widely. As you well know, that makes them seem a bit shorter."
"That is true," said a stevedore.
Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page 127
"Buy her," suggested one of the stevedores.
Plunder of Gor Book 34 Page 128
The fresh, salt smell of Thassa was in the air. Already one could hear voices from the wharves, loading captains, stevedores, berthless mariners at the hiring tables.
Avengers of Gor Book 36 Page 122