Sexual Harassment At Work: Female Corrections Officers

I’ve read articles, about female guards being

sexually harassed by inmates

It seems to be an on-going problem

This issue is ridiculous.

Heterosexual men are locked up

with no normal way to release their sexual

tension, they are not even

It’s not right, yet

After reading so much about this issue, how would you solve this problem?

Not to mention prison rape among men on men?

In my opinion, no women should work in a male facility and

heterosexual men should be allowed to have contact with their spouses.

My other question is; is the prison system trying to force men into homosexuality?

Just venting

thank you

How does everyone else feel?



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A cry for help as the CA state wide hunger strike hits day 12



(Submitted July 12, 2011)


An indefinite hunger strike has kicked off on July first by Pelican Bay Security Housing Unit (SHU) prisoners. They have been joined by prisoners in the Corcoran and Folsom SHUs. Huge amounts of domestic and foreign support have been organized for these prisoners. In order to win this struggle, however, every available resource must be brought into play. We are at a historical juncture in which prisoners can take control over their lives, to have some say in the conditions of their existence, or else continue to be mere pawns acted upon by external forces and watch things get even worse.



Starting IMMEDIATELY defendants/prisoners can start the process of improving their conditions of existence by implementing a peaceful work strike in every prison in the state. Defendants may draft demands as each facility sees fit, but the first demand on the list must be to implement the core demands of the prisoners in the SHUs.

The longest prison work strike in U.S. history was at the Washington State Penitentiary at Walla Walla in 1978—it lasted 47 days. It resulted in the release of the Walla Walla Brothers from the SHU, the Director of Corrections Harold Bradley being fired, the warden removed, and the associate warden of custody transferred to a youth facility. Work strikes can result in positive change!

In the recent Georgia strike prisoners in every prison went on a statewide peaceful work strike. The prisoners were supported by their families and friends who helped spread the word of the planned strike between prisons, and who found supportive groups in a wide variety of communities to bring information about the prisoners’ conditions and attention to their demands.

Plaintiffs/prisoners want you to do the same thing here in California


It is up to you to get this message to everyone you trust at your prison and to spread the word across all yards. You are being asked to tell other prisoners that starting IMMEDIATELY, no work will be performed.


No work means no kitchen, no hospital, no anything, no exceptions!!


Moreover, there must be no violence. Anyone advocating violence is a provocateur; listening to such people will only result in defeat. The struggle must be solid and protracted. Plaintiffs on the outside will provide support by amplifying your voice. If you are not the person to get this done, then give this document to someone you think is.


Let’s recap:

  1. Effective IMMEDIATELY prisoners initiate a peaceful work stoppage at all prisons.
    1. Nobody works; no exceptions.
    2. TheWalla Wallarecord is 47 days (it will take time to change public consciousness).
    3. There must be no violence at all, in any way.
    4. The first demand must be to eliminate indefinite SHU placement and the validation process.
    5. First demand amended is “debriefing” as it is known in SHU prison policy, will no longer be tolerated or permitted and considered a crime committed by the institutions that seek it as a means of control.
  1. 2.    The strike is over when prisoners win, or are defeated.
    1. If local demands are not met the strike may continue at that individual facility.

The first step of becoming a part of prisoner history is to communicate the essence of this document to others on the inside. This message is going into prisons across the state, by this and other means.

 This is NOW a nationwide effort!! please repost repost repost!!!!

Send this out to everyone in every prison by every means possible.


Please do not edit!


I am remembering Tommy Silverstein as I support these people to end this dehumanizing isolation

no one rallied for this treatment to stop, now is the time!

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paul not the man I thought he was

After spending 5 months helping Paul doing 3 blogs for him sending letters of support money and promoting his plight he got more help hurray! thats was the point, well the new help took all my digital property w/o asking so I email Paul and mentioned it, his response “Shut the Fuck up” Now thats gratitude and respect.

I imagine my help has put him in a good position to get out of prison but secretly I hope Karma bites him in the ass,

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Pelican Bay and other CA prisons on their 9th day of Hunger strike

Nine Days no word on how they are doing

other prison SHU ‘s have joined

My dear young Mick is on a hungerstrike

I am worried we write each other quite a bit and have not gotten mail from him.

Yesterday was rumored that the mail is not going in or out where Micky is

in C.C.I. State Prison Tehachapi, CA
Micky Welch Ad0906
C.C.I. State prison
P.O. Box 1906
Tehachapi, CA 93581
Governor Jerry Brown
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 445-2841
Fax: (916) 558-3160

Call or write with concern for these guys that have vowed death.

They would rather die than be tortured.

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