In the books, Port Kar was a city without homestone and with 5 ubars, Tharna a city where women ruled and wore a silver mask. There are several cultures without homestone, too, in the books. Slaves may be killed if they are not pleasing enough without anyone care much.
And even when sharing the same homestone, a warrior may still dream to rape a FW who taunted him. And this warrior who weights the pros and cons, tempted to risk his own life to satisfy a drive, is not that I could call a deviation, regarding the books. I would not expect less from a warrior.
So, if Norman didnt write anything about a city where each notable family/clan has its own homestone, where tattooing is a common custom, etc, this story remains, for my point of view, in the spirit of the Gorean culture, not so much a deviation. And too, blood, violence, harshness and sex made an exciting cocktail. That could be a Gor novel written by George R.R. Martin
I consider myself a BTB Rper and Im not upset by this kind of "deviation". Hordes of Gorean Ninja girls helping men in combat, in SL Gor, yes, that upsets me. But this story, I loved it. Playing the slave of such warrior, I would consider as an IC challenge to do not get killed, probably.
Anaaarch, what happens next? Write the next episode!