Behind bars

29 05 2007

I was listening to Juliet Ash from Royal College of Art a couple of weeks ago. She was talking about  ‘Dress Behind Bars’.  It was about female convicts dressing. They didn’t like the way they had to dress.  The clothes fitted badly. They didn’t like that Prison Officers dressed better. I find it ridiculous to hear convicts complain about their dressing. They have committed a criminal act and they are meant to suffer. Why should a convict have a better life and opportunity to dress better compared to someone poor? Female convicts complained that their clothes was not designed for women and the female body. So what! These females could have thought of that before they committed a crime.

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