Jail is one of the most unified places I know where everybody helps somebody and not just all about self. I assume it's that way because everyone is generally in the same boat (incarcerated) and likewise the C.O.'s (Correctional Officers). Yes, there are a lot of variations and differentiation in everyone's personal circumstances but otherwise everyone is in the same boat. In the same boat trying to survive behind steel metal doors on a day-to-day basis around the clock. Being concerned about meeting everyday basic needs and having sufficient necessities are common factors that everyone in jail can agree to relate to. Only the pregnant inmates get treated much worst and are in a category of solitude amongst co-inmates.
Based on the needs of a pregnant woman, her needs are too demanding in the eyes of the jail and correctional staff. As a result, many of her needs go lacking day-to-day. She struggles much more to attempt to keep her unborn child or children alive inside of her while she attempts to keep herself alive day-to-day until possibly being release or time to give birth. It's a common fact that a woman who enters a jail system will not be successful in maintaining a pregnancy due to the poor conditions that she is subjected to. She will more than likely, than not, miscarry and come out of jail childless. That one known fact places an additional emotional & mental burden, consequently, a physical burden, and causing anguish upon the pregnant woman who is expecting with child or multiples like in my case. I was confined to a county jail for 8 months (230 days to be exact) carrying twins and was released 9 days before giving birth by emergency C-section due to the poor conditions my twins & I were subjected to, the entire pregnancy for 8 months including; being overly dehydrated, starved, mentally and emotionally abused, and neglected, including lack of medical treatments.
By the time you experience jail on a day-to-day basis-long term for months, not hourly-less than 24 hours, as a woman with or without fetus, you will wish that you were a literal animal, preferably a dog or cat because people also known as human beings, will treat those incarcerated worse and lesser than an animal or their own pet(s). People advocate for the treatment, adoption, and protection for animals on a regular. On the other hand, the majority of pet owners view their own pets as an extension of their family. As a result, pet owners will give the treatment to their pets that other human beings in certain situations, circumstances, and environments can only dream to receive. Some pet owners go to the extent to willing their earthly possessions to their pets while some human beings sit behind bars with no resources and starve and while some walk the streets and starve. It's just merely a difference of environment between the two real life scenarios. With all the above and previous mentioned, I would rather be an animal locked up incarcerated in some one's jail than to be a woman human being and pregnant with multiples. Now can you understand why some people come out of jail and prison acting like animals? You might not be able to relate first hand but you can connect the dots to understand and relate vicariously.
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