Rape victim sues survivors’ charity for allowing trans woman to attend support group

A woman is suing a rape crisis charity for allowing a transgender woman to attend the same support group as her, claiming it left her too uncomfortable to speak and caused her to suffer a panic attack. 

The claimant, known only by her alias ‘Sarah’, was abused by a family friend as a child and by a man she knew when she was in her 20s. 

The mother-of-two said she ultimately had to stop going to the sessions, run by the Survivors’ Network, and is now suing the Brighton-based charity for…

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