Unplanned pregnancies are never easy. Bringing a child into the world can redefine everything you thought you knew about the world, and for some people, that idea is just too much. Litchfield prison guard John Bennett from Orange is the New Black seemed to be ready to bring a child into the world, but things just didn't work out. After romantically courting, impregnating, and proposing to inmate Daya, Bennett seemed to have a sudden change of heart and left Litchfield Prison early in Season 3 and disappeared for the rest of the season. Bennett was one of the only likable employees in the entire prison and seemed to be a good guy, so why exactly did Bennett leave Daya and the baby?
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When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they'll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. CO John Bennett Matt McGorry , however, did not appear, leaving fans wondering what had happened to the character and where he is now. Bennett may not appear in Orange is the New Black season seven on Netflix , but we do find out what happened to the child he had with Dayanara Diaz Dascha Polanco.
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Dearest reader, we have a feeling you'll do the same. CO McCullough Emily Tarver and season six's newest bad girl, Daddy Vicci Martinez , might seem like an unlikely match behind bars, but in real life, they're not only dating, but they're in a band together! I've started to do music again.
Morelli first opened up about her sexuality in an essay for Identities. Mic this past May. Though she was married to a man, writing for the show made her realize that she was attracted to women. It wasn't so much one thing, but the sum of many small details: how uncomfortable I felt around groups of lesbians or how I considered myself shrug a 'not very sexual person,'" she wrote. Wanting to read a book instead of have sex is a perfectly reasonable preference to have, right?