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A Penacon Story – Female Prison Pen Pals

Get inspired and penacon – (pen – a – con). We’ll uncover the story behind female prison pen pals. From their unlikely beginnings to their inspiring futures.

Penacon | Prison Pen Pals | Texas | Stacy F11385


Meet Stacy


pen pal for prisoners Are you looking for someone fun, open, honest, and spontaneous to communicate with?  Well, Here I am!  I am a very good listener, full of encouragement, and I will be there for you as you are for me.  I look forward to hearing from you and I will always respond.  Let’s enjoy this journey together.  When you write please be sure to send a return address that I can respond to (physical or P.O. Box), because I cannot email you back.  I can’t wait to get to know you.

A Penacon Story – Female Prison Pen Pals

Have you ever thought about writing to a prisoner? If not, perhaps it’s time to start. You might wonder what a female prisoner could possibly offer in terms of friendship, but the surprising reality is that many of them are simply yearning for a connection with the outside world. Today, we’ll take a look at the inspiring story behind female prison pen pals and how they are transforming the lives of incarcerated women across the country.

Right To Communication

To understand the origins of female prison pen pals, we have to go back a few decades. Back in the day, writing to prisoners was often seen as a controversial practice. Critics argued that it was dangerous to give inmates access to the outside world and that prisoners would use their letters to carry out nefarious schemes. However, in recent years, attitudes have started to shift. Many people now recognize that those behind bars deserve basic human rights, including the right to communication.

Female Prisoners

Womenbehindbars.com has been the forefront of this movement. We connect female prisoners with people from all over the world who are willing to write to them and offer them a way to connect with the outside world. The pen pals listed are women, and desire to hear from people that can uplift and help them create a better life.

Pen Pal Relationships

One of the most striking things about female prison pen pals is the sense of community that they create. For many of these women, writing to a pen pal is the only way to feel like they have a real friend. In many cases, these pen pal relationships can last for years and transform the lives of both the prisoner and the pen pal. It’s not uncommon for former inmates to stay in touch with their pen pals long after they’ve been released.

Reduce Recidivism

Another key benefit of writing to prisoners is that it can help to reduce recidivism. That’s because prisoners who have a support system on the outside are less likely to reoffend. By offering prisoners a chance to connect with the outside world, female prison pen pals are helping to break the cycle of poverty, addiction, and crime that affects so many women in the prison system.


So there you have it – the inspiring story behind female prison pen pals. Writing to a prisoner may seem like a small gesture, but it can have a big impact on both the prisoner and the pen pal. If you’re interested in getting involved with Women Behind Bars, now is the perfect time to start. You never know; you might just change someone’s life for the better.

How To Write Prisoners

  • Create an account( it’s free )
  • Browse through the Prison Pen Pal listings
  • Find someone that interests you ( or more than just one )
  • Click the “purchase now” button after each prison pen pal you wish to contact to add their address to your shopping cart
  • Check out
  • Your address(es) will be available for download in your account under the “downloads” section
  • Grab a pen
  • Start writing to your new prison pen pal
  • THAT’S IT!