I am really sorry for you, this must be really upsetting.
Some said it could have been a clumsy mistake, how is disclosing someone's personal and private business clumsy?
So it would be clumsy if my DOM told our office about peoples medical conditions, private conversations, personal problems
This is very serious and should NEVER have happened, you should seek legal advice and if you want proceed with it.
Manager's are in a responsible position and should know that they CAN'T discuss anyone's personal information without their permission.
You really should stand up to this not just for you but for others that this could happen to
if they (Management) feel they can say and do what they want without any consequences, it will happen again.
"You should only identify a person's transsexual status if you have permission to do so.
'Outing' a person as transsexual is classed as direct discrimination under the Equality Act 2010 and could result in criminal charges under the Gender Recognition Act 2004.
Disclosure of the fact that an employee has obtained a gender recognition certificate is a criminal act subject to a fine."https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/support-services/advice/practice-notes/working-with-transgender-employees/
That quote was from the Law Society page(Working with transgender employees), you are covered under the Equality Act 2010 and as such have the law on your side
please do something about this i find this really disturbing.
As a Rep if one of my member's was in this situation i would do all i can to see justice
I hope you are dealing with this okay and it has not got to you.
I don't think i have ever answered a post as much as this, it has really annoyed me.
I may not know much about transgender but i do believe everyone has the right no matter who or what they are to be treated the same