Also, the thing is that I do not really see the point of a table-top RPG made based on Gor.
I mean, what would the rules cover that would not be covered by any 'general' RPG system with 'medieval/classical' non-modern weapons without magic or elves/vampires/orcs etc? The fighting would be pretty much identical to any RPG system covering classical/medieval weapons, without the full plate and chainmail etc. Sure, some specific rules might be made for fighting on a Tharlarion or a Tarn, and it might need some specific gorean 'monsters' (sleen, larls, tarsks, etc.) and maybe specific specs for a peasant's bow, etc. but other than that, not much difference from any system that allows people to RP 'humans'. You might have different 'races' if one wanted to include PK's, Kurii, Giant Spiders, etc. with special 'stats'. But most of the likely 'player characters' would be pretty much human.
So, apart from the 'lore' (for which the books are the obvious source, as they are for us), what else that is specifically gorean would be added to this system? A stat for 'submissiveness'? A stat for honor? Class stats for being a member of the scarlet caste? Tavern-serving skill? Slave dance feats? Roll a D20, and on 18-20 you earn a loving but strict Master?
I don't really see it.
Except the (near)naked slavegirl pictures part.