If accounts of sexual abuse offend you then you’d be well advised to disregard this blog. I must also add that whilst this report focuses upon sex practices as a ‘power game’ in the men’s prison, I have no doubt whatsoever that incidents in the women’s prison are far, far worse.
Equally, and for the record, my personal belief is that adults are free to engage in any consensual indulgence that they want in private. The operative words being: adult, consensual and private. Who am I to say that others should conform to my heterosexual ‘norms’.
Thailand, as a country, has managed to blur sexual identity, So much so that a third sex- The katoey, or lady-boy – clamours for official recognition in both public affairs and sporting events. Generally, a katoey (pronounced ka-toy-ee) is a male who has had some or all of their primary sexual characteristics – penis, breasts, surgically modified so that they appear as females. The degree of augmentation mostly is confined to breasts.
One of the 'Cleanest' Kodaks of the "Big Tiger" I have ever come across. Looks almost totally benign, don't it? Weel the following lads, most of whom I associated with between 2002 to 2011. DO NOT think so!
Hi everyone, I've been concerned that many of the Kodaks that have either been sent to me, or, since my being Kicked out of the HMP Prison System, I've managed to find for myself, have either been confiscated by areseholes from the HMP System - principally Shirley Butcher of OMU HMP Dartmoor, or other sundry screws who refuse to accept the truth about; themselves, their Government and the possibility of what I've been saying about life in the Hilton can be documented.
This is an ongoing Blog entry which acts as a repository for imagery I can source. Periodically I'll be adding new images, and including commentary to those Kodaks. You can help me please. If you have kodaks from the Hilton - just Bang Kwang or other Thai prisons that your loved on…
I thought, four years ago when I decided to write to a prisoner in Bang Kwang prison that it would be a once a month or so exchange of letters, keeping his spirits up and some general chit chat. I chose Gary so that just was never going to happen :-)
My husband and I have got to know Gary so well over the past four years all via the written word. We sent parcels over to help him and his fellow prisoners, passed on messages and generally did what we could to help “the old man”.
Gary in now in his 60’s and has been in prison for over 9 years. Nine very hard years in “the Bangkok Hilton”. Not many farangs (foreign prisoners) manage to survive for so long especially at his age. Gary really is an exceptional man.
So he is home and in Wandsworth Prison in London. He is hoping to be moved to a more suitable prison in the next few months. He is a category B prisoner “Those who do not require maximum security, but for whom escape needs to be made very difficult”. Hopefully in time this will cha…