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CNN Hidden in the halls of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York are historic textiles and glamorous garments, many of which hold secrets from years past. A previous version of this article miscalculated the incidence rates of eating disorders in the UK from to Stars Screen Binge Culture Media.
Tech Innovate Gadget Mission: Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Story highlights Ideas about female beauty are constantly changing and have been for 23, years Yet the impact on body image remains the same, experts say. Yet no matter how aesthetically unique or historically significant a particular piece of fashion may be, most visitors to the museum typically ask one question, said Emma McClendon, the museum's associate curator of costume.
Fashion and Physique ," about the history of the idealized body type in fashion, which is on display until May. It's become connected to our identity as people. This obsession fuels societal pressures to appear a certain way and to have a certain body type, particularly among young women, stemming from a cultural construct of the "ideal" body, which has in turn changed over time -- as long ago as pre-history.
Thousands of years ago, sculptures and artworks portrayed curvaceous, thickset silhouettes. More recently, in the late 20th century, thin, waif-like models filled the pages of fashion magazines.
Now, shapely backsides are celebrated with "likes" on social media. To mark International Women's Day, we explore how this "ideal" is ever-changing, forming a complex history throughout art and fashion -- with damaging impacts on women who try to conform in each era. Perceptions of beauty throughout history. The "Venus of Willendorf" figurine dates to about 25, BC and is considered a masterpiece of the Paleolithic era.
Some historians point to the 4-inch statuette as a representation of idealized female beauty at the time. The marble sculpture "Venus de Milo" dates to about BC.
The 6-foot-tall statue is commonly thought to represent Aphrodite, the ancient Greek goddess of sexual love and beauty. The oil painting is an example of how the painter often depicted women with curvy, full-figured bodies.
A photo of Bianca Lyons, circa The actress' curves are emphasized by her corset. The full-length illustration depicts a fashionably dressed flapper with a slender body.
Lesley Lawson, known as Twiggy, in She was famous for her lean body type, which became a popular image in fashion magazines during that time.. Supermodel Naomi Campbell walks the runway in During this era, slender yet strong supermodels became idealized images of beauty. Supermodel Kate Moss, photographed for Calvin Klein in , had a slim body type -- often described as waif-like -- that became popular.
Reality star Kim Kardashian, in , who often poses in a way to showcase her posterior. The term " belfie " -- a butt selfie -- was reportedly coined by Kardashian herself. Body image experts are hopeful that a new era will usher in more such body-positive images and attitudes.
In , toy manufacturing company Mattel announced the expansion of its Barbie Fashionistas doll line to include three body types -- tall, curvy and petite -- as well as a variety of skin tones and hair styles. Some of the earliest known representations of a woman's body are the " Venus figurines ," small statues from 23, to 25, years ago in Europe. The figurines -- including the "Venus of Willendorf," found in at Willendorf, Austria -- portray round, pear-shaped women's bodies , many with large breasts.
Experts have long debated whether the figurines symbolize attractiveness or fertility. In ancient Greece, Aphrodite, the goddess of sexual love and beauty , was often portrayed with curves.
A statue commonly thought to represent Aphrodite, called the Venus de Milo , depicts small breasts but is shaped with a twisted figure and elongated body, characteristic of that time period. Artists continued to portray the "ideal" woman as curvy and voluptuous all the way through to the 17th and 18th centuries. The 17th century Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens was even the namesake of the term " rubenesque ," meaning plump or rounded, as he often depicted women with curvy body types.
Corset training, a celebrity weight loss trend, largely busted. To achieve this in reality, the corset became a popular undergarment among women in the Western world from the late Renaissance into the 20th century. It helped accentuate a woman's curves by holding in her waist and supporting her bosom. As societal views of a woman's body changed over time, so did the shape and construction of the corset, also sometimes referred to as stays.
The 18th-century stay mirrored a cone-shaped silhouette, but by the s, shorter stays emerged, resembling proto-brassieres, which complemented the new fashion trend of high-waisted dresses.
That's true for skirts as well," McClendon said. In the s, American artist Charles Dana Gibson drew images of tall, slim-waisted yet voluptuous women in illustrations for mainstream magazines, and these depictions of the new feminine ideal were referred to as the " Gibson Girl.
This expressionist painted the world's most radical nudes -- years ago. Frank, personal and explicit: The Radical Nude , an exhibition at London's Courtauld Gallery, looks at the Austrian Expressionist's technically exquisite and sexually explicit depictions of the human form. Egon Schiele's groundbreaking nudes — Standing Nude with Stockings, Though widely lauded by art historians today, Schiele's nudes initially drew intense criticism from traditionalists and the public.
A coy, blushing nude could be a masterpiece, but his challenging figures were considered more pornographic than artistic. Unnatural and difficult to hold, they were an obvious departure from the natural, modest ones adopted by nudes until that point. Egon Schiele's groundbreaking nudes — Male Lower Torso, Schiele extended this desire to create a new visual language to his use of color.
He wanted to make the familiar strange, as it were, and ask us to look again at the human figure. In , he was permitted to make nude studies of newborns and their mothers at a Vienna hospital to explore the themes of maternity and pregnancy. Four of these pieces will be on display as part of the exhibition. Egon Schiele's groundbreaking nudes — Standing Nude with Stockings, Schiele's desire to show the human body in a different light was heavily influenced by Vienna's artistic and intellectual scene at the beginning of the 20th century.
What they were searching for was a truer account of the human experience, human desire, and human emotions. Though his work wasn't earning him a fortune, Schiele was able to remain afloat thanks to the support of a handful of loyal collectors.
Egon Schiele's groundbreaking nudes — Squatting Female Nude, Schiele had developed his life-drawing skills at the Vienna Academy of Fine Art before he dropped out three years in. These skills, combined with his unique vision, made for compelling work.
Egon Schiele's groundbreaking nudes — Nude Self-Portrait in Gray with Open Mouth, However, with time, Schiele would go on to win the support of key members of the art establishment.
Egon Schiele's groundbreaking nudes — Seated Female Nude with Raised Arm Gertrude Schiele , In , Schiele would succumb to the Spanish flu pandemic that would kill as many as 50 million that year, at the age of Going into the early 20th century, the portrayal of women's bodies in art was constantly evolving, as seen in French artist Henri Matisse's oil paintings showing lithe, flowing bodies and then Spanish artist Pablo Picasso's paintings showing plump, contorted nude bodies in vivid detail.
It remains somewhat unclear what triggered this shift, but the interest in thin bodies would continue well into the modern day. Eating disorders -- and a changing bust-to-waist ratio. The rise of the s flapper reflected this shift toward the Western world desiring a more slim physique.
As slender women's bodies started to appear in magazines In the mids, an epidemic of eating disorders also occurred among young women, according to some studies. The allure of pin-ups — For generations, the fantastical pin-up girl has been an important part of American culture, and more recently around the world.
A major new set of books, The Art of Pin Up , which is published by Taschen, is a landmark in the burgeoning appeal of the art form. The allure of pin-ups — The artists were often accomplished painters in their own right, which lent their pin-up art a widely-respected artistic credibility. The allure of pin-ups — The images first shot to popularity during the Great Depression, and became an important part of morale during World War Two, when they were often painted on the fuselages of American airplanes.
The allure of pin-ups — Notably, pin-up paintings were not intended for secret viewing by teenage boys. Instead, as the term 'pin-up' indicates, they were proudly displayed on walls.
The allure of pin-ups — In the last 10 years, the cost of original pin-up art has sharply increased, even during the global recession of The allure of pin-ups — This suggests that the paintings have lost none of their reassuring appeal, even in the modern world, where sexual images are far more ubiquitous. The allure of pin-ups — The popularity of the pin-up art form is also due to the fact that the models are invariably presented in innocent poses, as emblems of wholesome sexuality.
The allure of pin-ups — Although in many cases real-life models were used, their figures and poses were exaggerated to present an idealized vision of unattainable beauty.
The allure of pin-ups — All the indications are that the popularity of pin-up art will only increase in the years to come, as the world becomes more complicated and uncertain. The allure of pin-ups — There is another reason behind the enduring appeal of the pin-up: By the late s, that ratio climbed back, increasing by about one-third in both magazines, the study found. Around that time, the fuller body types of pinup models and actresses like Marilyn Monroe grew in popularity, and the first issue of Playboy magazine was published in By the late s, the ratio had returned to approximately the same level it was in the s, the study found.
The historical shift from a rounded to a thinner body preference led to the rise of British fashion model Lesley Lawson , known as Twiggy, and other slender models. They seemed to symbolize a shift away from the corsets and pinup girls of years past. Simultaneously, the "second wave" of the women's rights movement began. I looked like an alien being.
I looked like an alien being Although women were no longer squeezing themselves into corsets, the media messaging and societal pressures to adhere to an "ideal" body still continued. That "ideal" was instead a very young and thin body type. What remained was the "notion that in order for your body to be truly fashionable, you had to probably change it some way," she said. The incidence of severe anorexia nervosa requiring hospital admission rose significant during the s and '70s to reach a plateau, according to a study in the journal Current Psychiatry Reports in Though images of thin women continued to be mainstream well into the s, there became more of an emphasis on strong, athletic and toned body types.
Why we can't stop body-shaming. So this is where you get the emphasis on those classic supermodels like Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell," McClendon said. Though there still was an emphasis on a thin body, there was also emphasis on a healthier and fitter body. Then, by the '90s, that emphasis shifted back to more skinny, waif-like body types. Her nickname was 'the waif.
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In reaction to the boycott talk, proponents of the law advocated making a special effort to buy products and services from Arizona in order to indicate support for the law. The weeks after the bill's signing saw a sharp increase in the number of Hispanics in the state registering their party affiliations as Democrats. Some immigration experts said the law might make workers with H-1B visas vulnerable to being caught in public without their hard-to-replace paperwork, which they are ordinarily reluctant to carry with them on a daily basis, and that as a consequence universities and technology companies in the state might find it harder to recruit students and employees.
Shelton of the University of Arizona expressed concern regarding the withdrawal of a number of honor roll students from the university in reaction to this bill.
Some women with questionable immigration status avoided domestic abuse hotlines and shelters for fear of deportation. A study found that the legislation "significantly reduced the flow of illegal workers into Arizona from Mexico by 30 to 70 percent. The Arizona legislation was one of several reasons pushing Democratic congressional leaders to introduce a proposal addressing immigration.
By March , Arizona-like bills had been defeated or had failed to progress in at least six states and momentum had shifted against such imitative efforts. Even in Arizona itself, additional tough measures against illegal immigration were having a difficult time gaining passage in the Arizona Senate.
But he then suffered a startling defeat when he lost a November recall election. Drafter of the law Kris Kobach won election as Secretary of State of Kansas , first defeating two other candidates in a Republican primary,  then winning the general election against Democratic incumbent Chris Biggs by a wide margin.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio was among those who campaigned for Kobach. State Attorney General Goddard did get the Democratic nomination in the Arizona gubernatorial election.
Governor Jan Brewer went on to defeat him by a 54 to 42 percent margin in the November general election. A study found that the up-tick in Brewer's approval ratings due to the legislation "proved enduring enough to turn a losing race for re-election into a victory". According to Kobach, the law embodies the doctrine of "concurrent enforcement" the state law parallels applicable federal law without any conflict ,   and Kobach stated that he believed that it would thus survive any challenge: Arizona only penalizes what is already a crime under federal law.
City of Peoria 9th Cir. The US Attorney General may enter a written agreement with a state or local government agency under which that agency's employees perform the function of an immigration officer in relation to the investigation, apprehension, or detention of aliens in the United States;  however, such an agreement is not required for the agency's employees to perform those functions.
On the other hand, various legal experts were divided on whether the law would survive a court challenge, with one law professor saying it "sits right on that thin line of pure state criminal law and federally controlled immigration law.
A Phoenix police officer, David Salgado, quickly followed with his own federal suit, claiming that to enforce the law would require him to violate the rights of Hispanics. On May 5, Tucson and Flagstaff became the first two cities to authorize legal action against the state over the Act. On May 17, a joint class action lawsuit , Friendly House et al. Whiting , was filed in U. District Court on behalf of ten individuals and fourteen labor, religious, and civil rights organizations.
This suit named County's Attorney and Sheriffs as defendants, rather than the State of Arizona or Governor Brewer, as the earlier suits had. Kobach remained optimistic that the suits would fail: They are heavy on political rhetoric but light on legal arguments.
District Court for the District of Arizona on July 6, , asking for the law to be declared invalid since it interferes with the immigration regulations "exclusively vested in the federal government.
A direct suit of a state by the federal government is rare, and the action held possible political consequences for the U. Hearings on three of the seven lawsuits were held on July 15 and 22, , before U. District Judge Susan Bolton. Judge Bolton's ruling let a number of other aspects of the law take effect on July 29, including the ability to prevent state officials from maintaining " sanctuary city " policies and allowing civil suits against those policies, the mandating that state officials work with federal officials on matters related to illegal immigration, and the prohibition of stopping a vehicle in traffic to pick up day laborers.
A three-judge panel from the Ninth Circuit heard arguments in the appeal case on November 1, , and it gave indications that it might reinstate but weaken parts of the law.
In February , Arizona filed a countersuit against the federal government in the United States v. Arizona case, accusing it of failing to secure the Mexican border against large numbers of illegal immigrants. On April 11, , the Ninth Circuit panel upheld the district court's ban on parts of the law taking effect, thus ruling in favor of the Obama administration and against Arizona.
Noonan wrote in his concurrence: For those sympathetic to immigrants to the United States, it is a challenge and a chilling foretaste of what other states might attempt. Bolton's court continued to oversee the other lawsuits;  by early three of the seven were still active. Justice Scalia dissented and said that he would have upheld the entire law. On September 5, , Judge Bolton cleared the way for police to carry out the law's requirement that officers, while enforcing other laws, may question the immigration status of those they suspect are in the country illegally.
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On yet another occasion, CO Laswell refused to let a visitor in because the buckle on her shorts went off in the metal detector.
Even though she used the wand to make sure that it was, in fact, the buckle that was setting it off, she refused to let that person in and made a comment about the possibility of this girl carrying a knife in her bra. I don't know about you but everything she did and said seemed to lack all reason and common sense. Remember now, this is a Level-2 yard. This is supposed to be one of the lowest security levels and part of Dora's parallel universe.
The risks and problems on the higher level yards don't really exist on Level-2 yards. There is not the same amount of drugs or fights or even racial tension. There is absolutely no reason for CO Laswell to treat anybody that way. The security line was extremely slow and long so by the time you got in, the visit was half over. If you were not in compliance what could you do?
You would have to go somewhere in the town and buy something else to wear, come all the way back, wait in the long line again and if you were lucky - you would get a visit of 2 or 3 hours. It was absolutely ridiculous. I understand the whole security thing. I get why they need to search your car, have to dog search your car, etc. It's not the mere fact of enforcing the rules that makes them rude - it's the fact that they take it so far - that they treat you so poorly and that they seem to celebrate turning visitors away - it's just sick.
I went to visitation in Yuma once. I can't remember the name of the facility but I know that it was the lowest level security yard they had. When I got there, I was told by CO Johnson to stand in the sun and turn around 3 times slowly to see if my shirt was see-through. The problem with that was that I had two shirts on - I always wore layers because I didn't want any problems getting into visitation.
Then I was told that my shirt was too tight and that I needed to go to Target to buy some extra large t-shirts just to wear to visitation. My shirt was not tight at all but I was too freaked out to argue with her. She ended up letting me in but she told me that if I ever wore that shirt again, she would turn me away.
She then made a note of the shirt I was wearing so that she would not forget. Even after I got in CO Johnson remained hypercritical.
She wanted all of the women to make sure that both feet were on the floor at all times. We could not cross our legs and if we did we would risk losing our visits.
When I asked her for a tampon out of the locked cabinet in the bathroom, she waited 45 minutes to get me one and then announced really loudly what she was doing to her co-workers. Was it really appropriate for her to ask me to turn around slowly 3 times in the sun to see if you could see through my shirt when I clearly had a shirt on underneath it? And if she needed me to stand in the sun in the first place, doesn't that tell you that my shirt was NOT see-through?
I guess humiliating the visitors was part of the protocol in Yuma. My 3-year old son could not wear small mittens on the coldest day we went to visit in Tucson this past Christmas. The wind was horrible and everyone was freezing to death and he could not wear mittens the size of my cell phone!!!
Ok first off why isn't this blog in every Arizona visitors email inbox?! This site is amazing and should be reviewed to the CO's in every unit of every pod in the state of Arizona! I'm truly sorry to hear some of the expierences that some of you had to endure.
Remember why you go and who you are doing this for. Don't let them deture you away. By using this type of outlet is a really good resource and I'll be sure to get more Arizona people to view this. I know it's something I wish I would have stumbled on sooner. On a lighter note than most of you here. I have something positive to say about a CO.
Most of the vistation officers were good. You had a few ugly ducklings out of place but nothing quite like what you anonymous people here describe phew. I have to comend CO Presno for a minute. I have only been doing this visiation thing for coming up on a year soon so in a way I'm still a newbie depends what you conisder newbie.
He gave respect not only to the inmates but the visitors. For those 6 hours we were there it was like we forgot that we were in prison. I only wish I could say that more CO's were commendable like him. Should there be a day when I run into a CO that deserves a good vent this spot is bookmarked! That is a significant positive change and I could really tell that both the inmates and the visitors really appreciated not having to sit next to a CO and not feeling as if their every little move was being disected.
It turned out to be a much more relaxing environment. I have been there too and have seen the so called "Officers Station". They well one of them still sits at other tables and listens to your conversations. It is that and the staring that drives me nuts! I just wanted to share with all of you my experience this weekend when I went to visitation on Saturday. Man our visit was watched like a hawk this weekend. I was so frustrated with the CO this weekend.
Fifteen minutes into our visit we got warned for touching. It was a subconscious touch of my leg he went in to tell me something close so I could hear him and he placed his hand on my leg. So CO comes running and pulls my man to the back of the visit and tells hims this is your last and final warning.
I was like are you serious ok so we watched ourselves the rest of the visit since the CO was standing over us the entire visit with his arms crossed.
So 20 minutes before the visit was over after an 8 hour visit I stretched my legs out!! Well when I stretched out my leg it got to close to my mans leg and CO runs over to our table and pulls my man aside to the rule board and tells him read 5.
I was like what happened. I was lost didn't know what happened so I read the board and he was trying to say that our legs were intertwined with each other. He was all I am putting it in the computer!! I was so furious that an innocent stretch caused so much drama!! The main reason I am upset is because he was so busy trying to make sure that we did not get close but there is so many other serious issues he should be worried about I was like what the hell!!
If we were going to get written up or visits revoked we would have gone in for the long haul!! I would have went out with a bang. I am not trying to get my visits revoked for an innocent stretch 20 minutes before the visit is over!! I understand that they have rules!! But my man has been trying to do good he hasnt had a write up since He is working hard at becoming a phase 3 so we can enjoy more of each other!! I was like something so pety like that could hurt his chances of getting to a phase 3!!
I just needed to vent about my visit and for now on I guess we will just have to sit acroos from each other since we are offending the CO at visitations!!
This past weekend in Tucson was pretty bad. The only time they were decent was on Sunday when they had a bbq outside. As soon as they saw food they got happy but otherwise they were just miserable!
I really hate being harrassed constantly! I recently had a Special Visit with a friend I've known for many years, who just so happens to be housed with the ADC out at Manzanita. I would have to say that some of the CO's who work there might want to take a training course in basic social skills, but also how to act professionally on the job, along with a refresher course of some type, that reminds them most visitors are not felons and should be treated with dignity and respect.
Something I always thought was a fundamental understanding, but evidently not. When I arrived and was finally allowed to enter the area where the metal detector is, a rather "mascucline" Hispanic woman in the control booth wearing a ball cap glared at me and said nothing. Since I had not been there before, I wasn't sure what to do.
I politely stated that I was there for a special visit, and while continuing to glare at me, I was told to sit down and wait. While sitting there I noticed some paperwork on a clipboard on a table. I then remembered that once when I had been to see my friend before at another facility I had to fill out paperwork. I might see this man once a year if that , and I sought her attention and asked if I needed to fill out one of those forms. She continued to glare, nodded the affirmative, and proceeded to go about whatever she was doing.
A few minutes later an African American woman CO came through a door and held out her hand for my paper. Good thing someone told me to fill out the form NOT She made no eye contact with me and said nothing. I found myself wondering briefly if she was mute and blind I then politely said, "Good morning" and smiled at her. One of us needed to acknowledge the presence of the other and again, without looking at me said "good morning". She then proceeded to process me in without conversation and I walked into what I assumed would be our visiting area, though she never told me to have a seat, or that my friend would be out soon, or made any other type of verbal communication that would have validated I was a human being there to visit with someone.
I was left to sort of stand around and wait for my friend. There were no chairs to sit in at the time just a sea of tables. She did however, go outside and made what appeared to be very friendly conversation with a trustee at least she talks to someone and he and a few other inmates came into the visitation room and proceeded to put down chairs.
In short, after 7 hours of visiting with my friend, I can tell you this; Aside from my friend whom I drove over miles to come and see, the only folks communicating with me that day were the trustees who milled about. They were polite and actually treated me like a human being. I work, and have always worked professionally in the Social Services field.
If at any point in my career I had treated a client's family member, friend, associate, or otherwise involved party in the manner in which I was treated that day, I would have lost my job. Shame on The Arizona Department of Corrections for hiring and sustaining the employment of CO's such as the ones I encountered that day. Their attitude leaves much to be desired. When my loved one was in Barchey in Lewis prison, I'm glad that we were able to have a good experience with the CO's there.
They certainly followed their guidelines and were polite to visitors. They didn't seem to harass anyone one while on visitation because it was quality time for the inmates and their families.
Processing visitors at Lewis prison was pretty quick. The only thing I hated was riding the bus to the unit and from the unit. Other than that, it was all good. Employee Professionalism, Ethics and Conduct" talks about the duties of the CO's when it comes to their interaction with the public. The Department expects of its employees the highest ethical standards of honesty, integrity, impartiality and conduct in their interaction with inmates, other employees and the general public.
Employees' observance of law is required at and away from the job. These standards are necessary to merit continued respect and confidence from the public. Maybe we can write them a ticket every time they are not in "compliance". Wouldn't that be nice? This code will ensure that our professionalism is reflected in the operation and activities of the Department and is recognized by all interested parties.
In this light, the following principles are practiced: I shall maintain high standards of honesty, integrity, and impartiality, free from any personal considerations, favoritism, or partisan demands.
I shall be courteous, considerate, and prompt when dealing with the public, realizing that we serve the public. I shall maintain mutual respect and professional cooperation in my relationships with other staff members of the Department of Corrections. I shall be firm, fair, and consistent in the performance of my duties.
I shall treat others with dignity, respect, and compassion and provide humane custody and care, void of all retribution, harassment, or abuse. I shall uphold the tenets of the United States Constitution, its amendments, the Arizona Constitution, Federal and State laws, rules and regulations, and policies of the Department.
Whether on or off duty, in uniform or not, I shall conduct myself in a manner that will not bring discredit or embarrassment to the Department of Corrections and the State of Arizona. I shall report without reservation any corrupt or unethical behavior which could affect either inmates, employees, or the integrity of the Department of Corrections.
I shall not use my official position for personal gain. I shall maintain confidentiality of information that has been entrusted to me and designated as such. I shall not permit myself to be placed under any kind of personal obligation which could lead any person to expect official favors.
I shall not accept or solicit from anyone, either directly or indirectly, anything of economic value such as a gift, gratuity, favor, entertainment, or loan, which is or may appear to be, designed to influence my official conduct. I will not discriminate against any inmate, employee, or any member of the public on the basis of race, gender, creed, or national origin.
I will not sexually harass or condone sexual harassment with or against any person. I shall maintain the highest standards of personal hygiene, grooming, and neatness while on duty or otherwise representing the Department. Have you ever met a CO that follows this code of ethics? And due to the way things went the last visit we were completely on our best behavior. It also helped that his mom was there so we didn't have to many intimate moments alone.
I sat my distance from him and made sure that there was no mistake of us getting to close, the extent of our touching was just holding hands with our arms extended from each other. So needless to say we were watched like hawks the entire time. Ok we knew we would be watched so thats why we were on our best behavior. He told them that how could they do that when all the issues that he has been harrassed about have been different issues. All the issues are quickly corrected and that everytime a new issue arises.
I just can't believe that they nit pick and provoke the guys until they snap. Why does it have to be this way?? I know that my man has been on his best behavior and has not had any infractions since He is trying so hard and they make it so hard for him!! Man I wish I could talk to somebody about this but I know that it would go in one ear out the other!! Thanks ladies for letting me vent one more time!! The way it looks I might be venting a lot on visitation issues until the co gets tired of us correcting the problem and finds another couple to harrass!!
I agree with the blog left i visit my love one every week and dont agree with the way the CO'S are. I feel that they should change a lot of things in the Catalina Unit especially the dress code. This one does not have much to do with visitation, but I did not know where else to post this. A friend of mine told me about this blog, so maybe someone from the DOC will read this one and act on it.
I just got a letter from my fiance which is in the Manzanita Unit in Tucson, Building 4. In his letter he told me about an actual fistfight that happened between two female officers last week in the tower of his building.
One accused the other of being to flirtious with the inmates and the other told her off. Which then resulted into some bad name calling and then into the fistfight. One of the officers got pretty bruised up and it was very noticable, but as of now, the DW, the acting officer or the SGT on duty have done absolutely nothing about this situation.
Which now should result in punishment for everybody involved and those that ignored this very bad incident. These are the same officers that come into our visitation room and accuse people of things, treat us and our loved ones like animales, are supposed to watch our loved ones, getting paid with Arizonas tax dollars, etc.
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