Structural intimacies are complex rhetorical spaces in and through which broader political and cultural representations and community- and individual-level narratives are negotiated through the body and the sexual. One participant described this underlying motive as follows: The inmates were for Mr.
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Wilkinson, R. Men who described not having any sex inside attributed this primarily to not being willing to risk their reputation on the street, given the ubiquity in prison of others from their neighborhoods. Some suggested that inmate orderlies were targeted and killed because of their direct working relationship with warders.