Prisoner online dating psychology

Hybristophilia is described as a condition whereby women are sexually aroused by and responsive to the men who commit heinous crimes.Often referred to as the ‘Bonnie & Clyde Syndrome.’ In this instance the Passive Hybristophile will often contact someone in prison - someone that they only know by reputation in the media.Many women (and men) choose to reach out simply to provide friendship and compassion to those behind bars.Their actions provide a much welcome lifeline, a window to the outside world.However in recent years, the advent of websites such as Meeta Prisoner.com, Inmatesfor You.com, and even Gay have made it easier for people to connect with potential suitors on the inside.Whilst prevalent in the States, each facility differs as to what they allow or disallow, but the general rule is that anything being sent to or from an inmate goes through a screening process.

And in the shark infested world of online dating, we assume their only experience of porridge to be the kind found on the breakfast table.He's a dream lover, a phantom limb." However there are those who do succeed in establishing a ‘real life’ relationship with the stranger they’ve connected with.It does occur - but as Cavendish points out, these instances are rare; “There are just too many variables, including licence conditions that severely restrict most offenders from starting new relationships or moving their place of residence until their licence has expired.However as Cavendish observes, prisoners can benefit fiscally from these courtships; “I’ve known male inmates who have several pen pals, and they live a very comfortable life inside on the regular postal orders or cheques that get sent in.I’ve met straight young prisoners who are keen to find male ‘sugar daddies’ willing to fund their tobacco or drug habits whilst inside.”Yet it would be wrong to claim that all inmates exploit the situation and all pen pals on the outside are lonely and looking for love.