These are real quotes and these are real women in prison who can be found on Meet-an-inmate. The hottest women in prison include a wide variety of young women who, for whatever reason, found themselves on the wrong side of the law and, ultimately, behind bars. We all hear the stories of famous celebrities being locked up we're looking at you, Lindsay Lohan , but Hollywood hotties aren't the only beautiful women who are locked up: Lovely ladies from all over the country are currently imprisoned. Sadly, their beauty is rarely seen outside prison walls, but now, with the help of this list, you too can gaze upon their lovely countenance. I've listed some of the most smoking hot beauties in prison here, so feel free to vote for your personal favorites. Some of the attractive women in prison on this list are just looking for pen pals.
Since , photographer Ron Levine has been taking photos of and conducting interviews with elderly prisoners and corrections personnel throughout the United States and Canada. Using that definition, the ACLU found there were approximately , elderly prisoners behind bars in the United States as of — and they comprise the fastest growing age group among inmates. Existing prison space is in serious decline; bunk space and medical costs are soaring.
20 Inmates Show the Heartbreaking Cost of Growing Old Behind Bars
A Spanish version of this piece was originally published in Cinco8. Near the protest, Aidysmar Figueroa, a 20 year-old graphic design student, was going with her cousin to a soccer game, when National Guard officers GNB grabbed her by the hair and took her to a GNB garrison, along with three minors. She had a court hearing three days later, where she was charged with seven offenses, including disrupting the public order, resisting authority, and using a minor to commit a crime. During her six months arrested, she shared a cell with 20 women and slept in a hammock made out of bed sheets. Aidysmar only was allowed to one 15 minute visit per week. Her mother and grandmother had to take off their clothes and jump, naked, in front of soldiers. No visits while detained in Venezuela means more than not seeing your loved ones: it means detainees will not get food, drinking water, clothing, meds or essentials like menstrual pads, all brought to inmates by their visitors.
Elena Anosova spent several months in meeting and photographing women incarcerated in Siberia. Some of these women were in prison for the first time, while others are repeat offenders. Anosova asked each of the women in her photographs to hold an object that was dear to her. Some chose the Bible, others held up a cat, and some women could think of nothing in prison that comforts them. In the confined space of a prison, women are under constant surveillance, without the slightest opportunity to be alone.