And I don't want to ask about it in the wrong way. Maybe it's not even something which should be on our discussion page, but I would like to think I can talk with all of you about anything. So here goes. Wanting and hoping to marry James before he leaves prison, even though it can't be this year, I am really interested in how many of you have partners who are in facilities where the husband/wife relationship is honered and you are allowed alone time with your spouse for the purpose of intimacy which is important to any marriage relationship. I don't understand why only some prisons recognize the importance of this privilege to husbands and wives, when it is a proven fact that happy content prisoners are much easier to handle than unhappy frustrated ones. And it is a privilege that would have to be earned like any other, so it would give inmates an incentive not to be disruptive or disobedient for fear of losing it. So it's a win/win situation for everyone. My intention is not to pry; I was just wondering if any of you had this privilege, and if so what kind of rules and regulations were involved.
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