Gay ‘Man’ Announces Pregnancy….Welcome to 2017

An Oregon woman with a sex change, who appears to be a man at first glance — okay and at second glance too — has announced a pregnancy.

The transgender person, Trystan Reece, and his partner, Biff Chaplow, are expecting for the second time. They had a miscarriage in 2016 at six weeks. Which is weird in itself.

How can someone want to be a man, and go through the entire process of having a sex change in order to be a man…..and then continue to go through with female functions. Also, this must mean that the hormones she was taking to be a man still did not override the female hormones that her body was producing.

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I guess he/she wanted to have a cake and eat it too?

According to The Daily Mail, the couple  “got to trying again right away” (ew) and it appears that they were successful.

Milo and The Longest Short Time :

“One morning I woke up and I felt really, really bad,” said Trystan on the podcast. “Like, lying on the tiles of the bathroom floor cause how cool they are feels good on your face kind of bad.”

“I randomly grabbed one of the pee tests and they came back positive and I was like, ‘oh my god, this is actually happening again.’”

The pair were excited and soon enough, according to the podcast, Biff was preparing a room for the baby, thinking of names and – no joke – buying Trystan his favorite vegan beef jerky.

According to The Daily Mail, Trystan and Biff took extra precaution when making an appointment with an ob-gyn, asking them to “make a note in his chart about how they would be treating a pregnant trans-dad.”

Don’t worry….if you’re confused, you aren’t the only one. We all are…..

This one is my personal favorite because it’s exactly what I was thinking….

How far have we actually fallen???

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