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Pregnant man separates from wife
The first 'man' to become pregnant and successfully deliver a child, and have a total of three children with his wife, is now separated from his wife.
'Pregnant Man' Thomas Beatie Gives Birth To Second Child
Thomas and Nancy Beatie welcomed their second child Tuesday morning. Beatie gained notiatiry for being a transgendered man who gave birth to the couple's first child last year.
Pregnant Man Doing It Again
It seems Thomas Beatie enjoys being a man trapped in a pregnant woman's body. Beatie is having a second baby due on June 12. His and wife Nancy welcomed their first child on June 29 this year.
Pregnant Man Expecting Second Child
The first one was definitely a miracle. But now the first pregnant man,Thomas Beatie, is expecting yet another bundle of joy.
Thomas Beatie Gives Birth To His Daughter
Thomas Beatie, the transgender man that has been in the news for being pregnant has given birth to a girl in Bend, Oregon. There is no word on the condition of the child.
When Daddy Is Mommy What Goes On The Birth Certificate?
In a few weeks transgender Thomas Beatie is due to deliver his and his wife's child. While Beatie is legally listed as a man he will be on the birth certificate as the mother of the little tyke that pops out. Talk about a kid with built in issues.
Man Due To Give Birth In July
A man in the United States is pregnant. Thomas Beatie, a transgender male is due to give birth on July 3, 2008. He and his partner Nancy wanted children but Nancy couldn't carry a baby.
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