Pharie Sefali interviewed a young man who was raped in prison. Nkosi name changed is 20 years old. He is currently in Grade He used to belong to a gang called the Vato. He is accused of murdering a gang member from the Vura gang in Crossroads, Nyanga.
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Inquisitor Czar. Post by AlleyCat I still dream of them wearing their Obama masks, sodomizing my tight white butt hole and forcing their cocks down my throat. I've craved nigger cock ever since. There are probably more men than women raped in the United States every year—most of them in prison. Best estimates put the annual number of prison rapes at about ,, which is 50, more than the 90, or so rapes of women reported to police.
Former prisoners share their experiences of sex in prison
I n , when Calvin Burdine was awaiting sentencing for allegedly stabbing his gay lover to death, the prosecuting attorney encouraged the jury in his closing remarks to award Burdine the death penalty, rather than life in prison, on the grounds that sending a gay man to prison was akin to sending a kid to a candy store. After 17 minutes of deliberation, the jury obliged and sentenced Burdine to die. His death sentence was later overturned mostly because Burdine's public defender had slept through much of his trial , but the homophobic thinking — that prison is some kind of paradise for gay men — lingers on. The reality of life in prison for homosexuals and transgender individuals does not appear to reflect this myth. One young man named Rodney, imprisoned for fraud and check-forging, sent me a detailed account of his life so far in prison.
Sex in prison: Experiences of former prisoners is the fifth and final briefing paper published by the Commission, which was established by the Howard League for Penal Reform and includes eminent academics, former prison governors and health experts. The Commission sought permission to interview current prisoners about their experiences of sex in prison, but this approach was blocked by the Ministry of Justice. However, Dr Alisa Stevens, Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Southampton, was able to interview 26 former prisoners during the summer of — 24 men and two women. The former prisoners interviewed by Dr Stevens had been jailed for a wide range of offences. Eighteen interviewees self-identified as heterosexual, four as gay, and four as bisexual.