Tory MP, who was blackmailed and raped by someone she met online, said she was “not feeling well” and that it was time for her to come clean.
Jamie Wallis, a British Conservative MP, revealed this Wednesday that she was the first trance, drawing messages of support from her colleagues and Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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This Tory MP from Bridget, Wales, who was blackmailed and raped by someone she met online, said she was ‘not feeling well’ and that it was time for her to come clean.
The news came just before 3am after a rally of Tory MPs in which Boris Johnson mocked his anti-labor opponent Keer Stormer, who recently struggled to answer questions about transgender people.
“Good evening women and mothers, or, as Khair Stormer puts it, women or men who are excluded at birth,” Boris Johnson began, the site said. Politics. This Wednesday, he responded to a message from Jamie Wallis, underlining the “immense courage” he had taken to “tell this very intimate story.”
The place of transgender people is at the heart of the current ‘cultural wars’ in British society, with ruling Conservatives often overemphasizing the position of trance rights activists.
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