Dating men who have been in prison

27-Jun-2017 01:03

“They become very lonely and often get cut off from their friends and family,” Biske told the Grio.

“Correspondence with a stranger can give them something to look forward to and help their morale.” Yet his site and those similar to it feature inmate profiles as inviting as any on Ok Cupid.

Once a prisoner’s information makes it online, interested parties pick potential partners as they would on any other matching site.

Some sites also charge people interested in contacting an inmate for the desired addresses.

You may believe that when someone has done their time that they have paid the price for their crime.

If you hold to a belief that a person should not have to continue to pay for a mistake after they have already paid the price for that mistake but operate differently around a potential date you will be questioning your integrity.

Behind this façade, sites with names like act as bridges that transform long-distance friends into lovers.

It wasn't like, "Ooh, he's hot," it was like, "Huh, what was that? But I knew that a lot of rumors centered around female corrections officers in male prisons. Jenee: I addressed him as "mister." It was just orders, never any conversation or any friendliness. I have to ask the obvious question: What was his crime and did it scare you at all? I knew when I met him that there had to be a reason for his actions.

Don't write off a date just because of a pesky criminal record. Many people would say that there are dangers of dating a criminal and even advocate checking criminal records of online daters.

In many situations where your potential date is a criminal there is reason to be cautious.

Not so for the increasing number of ladies who write to strangers in prison.

Prior to the internet, prison pen pals relied on snail mail.

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