In my story, I have a transgender man who is indicted for burglary, robbery, and aggravated assault (the latter charge which may be dropped in favor of self-defense). He is sent to a woman’s prison because he did not yet legally change his gender. One of his inmates is a woman who is indicted on the charages of arson (no one was hurt) and illegal drug-dealing. In her situation, she sold drugs along with her mother; when her mother was shot and killed by rival dealers, the young woman takes it upon herself to burn down the shooter’s home. Of course, she is caught and arrested for these things. While the man’s and woman’s crimes are different, would they still stand a chance of being housed in the same area so they can interact?