* this is another story I found. Sorry I don't have time tons fid others, maybe you can post a link of white women 'doing it too'...thanks.
Rife at Rikers! Liaisons between 'sex-starved female officers and prisoners go on all the time,' says ex guard...fired for 'undue familiarity'
Whistleblower: Yolanda Dickinson, who worked at Rikers Island prison in New York from 1997 to 2004, has penned a novel about the alleged relations
Passion is certainly not on lock down at Rikers Island prison, if one ex guard is to be believed.
Yolanda Dickinson, who worked at the jail in New York from 1997 to 2004, claims 'sex starved' female guards are having raunchy liaisons with the inmates they are paid to watch.
'They would do it on the midnight shift when there were not many people around,' Dickinson, 41, told the New York Post.
'They have electronic cell doors, and it's not a problem for someone to crack open the door,' she added.
There are 3,890 female officers to some 12,000 male prisoners and love can blossom, according to Dickinson who has just written a novel - Taboo - based on the jail's sex scene.
'There are a lot of lonely single women on the job, and you're surrounded by these cute guys. They're working out. They're attractive,' Dickinson said.
'They're criminals, so they have a cunning way of approaching you. They study you all day.'
Dickinson, who claims she never had sex at work, does admit she fell for a prisoner during her time at Rikers.
He was a gang member who had admitted to killing a rapist.
'People looked up to him for that. He said he did the world a favour,' Dickinson said.
Her crush developed further after the man stepped in and beat up another inmate after he groped her.
'It made me look at him differently,' she said.
Another ex - and the father of her 17-year-old son - served 10 years in federal prison on drugs charges.
In 2004 Dickinson was fired from Rikers for 'undue familiarity' after denying to officials she had received a phone call from an inmate.
Love island: There are 3,890 female officers to some 12,000 male prisoners and passions can run high, according to Dickinson
'Undue familiarity is illegal, and it compromises safety and security,' correction spokesman, Stephen Morello, told the Post.
At least six female guards have been fired for undue familiarity with prisoners since 2007.
Kimberly Hurd, 39, had an inmate's love child; Yolanda Turner-Goodwin, 44, was snapped hugging and kissing a prisoner; and Kadessha Mulgrav, 34, allegedly had a midnight liaison with Lee Woods - in for killing a police officer - in a shower room.