So this British hospital dismissed rape allegations in a female-only ward ... and yeah, it turns out the alleged rapist was "transgender" and the hospital kept that hush hush for a YEAR
· · Mar 18, 2022 · NottheBee.com

I tell you, this has to qualify as very possibly one of the most unforeseen, unanticipated, completely unpredicted scandals in the entire recorded history of humanity.

A hospital has finally admitted a woman may have been raped by a transgender patient after denying the possibility of an attack for almost a year, the House of Lords has heard.

When police were called to the unnamed hospital in England, they were allegedly told by staff that 'there was no male' on the single-sex ward, 'therefore the rape could not have happened'.

But almost 12 months later, they revealed one of the patients had been trans.

Yikes! That seems like a bad detail to cover up in allegations of a horrible crime.

The details of the case were shared by Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne during a debate on single-sex wards in the Upper Chamber yesterday.

She claimed: 'They forgot that there was CCTV, nurses and observers.

'None the less, it has taken nearly a year for the hospital to agree that there was a male on the ward and, yes, this rape happened..."

This is the world we live in now: One in which even medical officials take nearly a year to "agree" that a man likely perpetrated a sexual assault on a female victim.

One thing is clear: If this story is true—and honestly, it probably is—then it is incontrovertible evidence (if any were needed) that, you know, we shouldn't be putting men and women together in vulnerable, intimate spaces, even if the men in question "identify" as women.

How much longer is this going to go on for? Legit question.


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