Born female, Trystan Reese began transitioning to male nearly 10 years ago and started taking hormone supplements.
According to a story in thegatewaypundit.com:
But biology can only change so much on the hormone supplements, and Reese has now found himself pregnant. The father is Biff Chaplow. Together, the two are already, uhh, father and, uhh, father (?) to 2 adopted kids, Chaplow’s nephew and niece.
“Every doctor that we spoke with said, ‘Absolutely, this is possible; absolutely, this is a safe and healthy medical decision to make,’” said Reece. “We know it’s not traditional, but we hope that people will see that this is just another way how love shows up in the world.”
It’s something they didn’t think was possible. The couple experienced a miscarriage six months prior to conceiving their son. They thought they missed their chance, but now believe everything happened for a reason.
Hailey and Riley understand this isn’t the norm, but are excited to get a baby brother. To them, this is normal and their family priorities haven’t changed.
“We are a dedicated couple; we are dedicated to each other; we are dedicated to our kids, and we plan on being as dedicated to our baby,” said Reese.
I’m OK being a man who has a uterus’
Reese, who was assigned the female gender at birth and says he kept his “original parts,” adds that he never wanted to change his body.
“I think my body is awesome. I feel like it’s a gift to have been born with the body that I did, and I made the necessary changes so that I could keep living in it, both through hormones and through other body modifications,” he shared in a video posted to the couple’s Facebook page.
“I’m OK with my body being a trans body. I’m OK being a man who has a uterus and has the capacity and capability of carrying a baby. I don’t feel like it makes me any less of a man. I just happen to be a man who is able to carry a baby.”
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