Prison woman dating
“It makes me human and I will carry on – so to everyone that writes to any prisoner – it's a good thing in my books.” ‘Deathrow darling’ said: “My LO [loved one] is on DR [death row] and I found him over a penpalship half a year ago.“I never intended to become his girlfriend, but he never gave up.“Inmates are not only thrilled to communicate with pen-pals but have stated that it has been a ‘spiritually and emotionally fulfilling experience’.” Women who are members of Write a Prisoner have confessed what it is they look for in an inmate.Writing on the site's online forum, a user called ‘Vynte’ said she likes “chatty” prisoners aged 40 and over – and avoids anyone who asks her for cash.
Love a Prisoner claims to have a “75% compatibility rating for those looking for their soul mate” – including inmates on death row.
In a separate thread, a user called ‘XIPO’ said nothing is off limits: “I don't have any taboo topics.
In fact, I told them in my first letter that I will totally be honest whether they like it or not.
“I have personally lost several pals to execution and each time it hurts but each time I am comforted by the knowledge that I helped to make that person feel 'wanted' when almost all others had walked away.
“Everybody that writes to a pen pal will grow 'close’, there are many levels of closeness.” Women have also slammed claims they are “groupies” of men who have committed vile acts.
Seltzer (psychologist), has offered explanations based on evolutionary psychology.