NHS lets trans sex offenders on female wards: Convicts who were born male but identify as female can be placed on women-only wards, according to hospital trust guidance | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

NHS lets trans sex offenders on female wards: Convicts who were born male but identify as female can be placed on women-only wards, according to hospital trust guidance

Sex offenders who were born male but identify as female can be placed on women-only NHS wards, according to guidance issued by hospital trusts.

Hospitals in Devon, Oxford and Nottinghamshire tell their staff that a criminal history should be part of a risk assessment when placing a person who was born male on a female-only ward.

But they do not say it prevents the patients from being admitted.

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