Prison systems have their own economy. If you are able to manage your finances outside of the Big House, then you already know the basic principles that can help you to succeed in the Pen. Of course, there are some subtle differences: in the real world, people exchange money for goods and services. In prison, currencies called “cigarettes” and “drugs” are exchanged for “blo**obs” and “legal advice”. Your best bet, as a soft young boy who wants to avoid blo**obs as much as possible, will be to head to the prison library, pronto. Spend all of your free time reading up on legal matters, specifically those that pertain to “getting someone out of the sla**er”.
Survival will be your first and foremost priority, and what better way to ensure your survival than by creating an important, necessary role for yourself right away? As sure as there are gangs in prison, there will be another soft young boy there that is only alive because he tells tons of funny jokes and is good at getting ra**d. This guy will be easy to spot: he’ll be the one without tattoos, his hair will be nicely combed, and in between his daily savage ra**s, he’ll be surrounded by a group of laughing inmates, telling jokes to them at a pace that rivals an old-skool Robin Williams.
Let’s just face the facts: your soft, supple skin is going to be irresistible to the rest of the prison population. R**e is unavoidable. You’re the closest thing to a woman most of these guys have seen in years, so you’d better get used to getting r**ed. In fact, you’d better get damn good at it. You’re probably thinking, “What!? Get good at being ra**d? I’d s**t my pants everyday, so that no one would want to r**e me!”
Before you jump straight to pants-sh**ing tactics, remember this age-old prison adage: “A little doo-doo in the pants does not a r**e deter.” Basically, it means that you’re probably going to get ra**d no matter what, so don’t fight it. If you’re getting ra**d, you definitely don’t want to prolong the experience by complaining or crying or passing out, thus becoming a bad lay. When it comes to prison “relationship”, a figurative “dead fish” quickly becomes a literal “dead fish”, so your best bet at survival will be to simply f*&k him back. Communication is important. Ask him what he likes, and then cater to his needs. A little romance never hurt anything either. Soft, romantic music can often times turn a brutal savage r**e, into a gentler, more intimate savage r**raprae.