"I may be in prison, but I can be a mouthpiece for ladies out there that don’t have a voice and have no where to go. Open your mouth and tell someone! Don't stop until someone hears you. Shout it from the rooftops!
"I may be locked up, but I can look in the mirror and no longer see black eyes and knocked-out teeth. I don't have to be afraid to flush the toilet or cough at the wrong time. How ironic that I had to come to prison to finally feel safe.
Glenda Crosley endured 24 years of an abusive marriage. Over 2 decades of disguising her bruised and battered body. By the time Glenda was put behind bars for defending her life and killing her abusive husband in 1986