Overnight Conjugal Prison Visits for Married Couples: "He's 50, I'm 37, let's see what happens!"
A conjugal visit is a scheduled period in which an inmate of a prison or jail is permitted to spend several hours or days in private with a visitor, usually their legal spouse
March 15, 2021
I already told you I recently met my love, Monty. We plan to get married! Did you know California life prisoners are allowed to have overnight visits with a legally married spouse?
So, let your imagination run wild just like I am! He's 50, I'm 37, let's see what happens. I have not been touched in almost 17 years. So, there might be an earthquake!
Thanks to the policies in place here in California, I can now have 3 nights with my husband every quarter! So you know I'm going to share all the details with you. When the prison allows visits again, we will meet face to face. Soon after that, we will be married. First comes, love, then comes marriage. You guys know I want a baby in the baby carriage!
So, I put my unltmate wish in the hands of Jesus. He I trust with all that is in my future. If you pray, please keep me, my fiance and our baby in your prayers!
From Wikipedia: A conjugal visit is a scheduled period in which an inmate of a prison or jail is permitted to spend several hours or days in private with a visitor, usually their legal spouse. The parties may engage in sexual activity. The generally recognized basis for permitting such visits in modern times is to preserve family bonds and increase the chances of success for a prisoner's eventual return to ordinary life after release from prison. They also provide an incentive to inmates to comply with the various day-to-day rules and regulations of the prison.
Conjugal visits usually take place in designated rooms or a structure provided for that purpose, such as a trailer or a small cabin. Supplies such as soap, condoms, lubricant, bed linens, and towels may be provided.