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Wednesday, 26 March 2008
This pregnant man will *not* be offended if you call him a Mr Mom.

I don't think Thomas Beatie would be offended if you called him a Mr. Mom.

When he penned the Advocate's story on "his" pregnancy (due date: July 3rd) it put the media machine on high alert effectivly clogging the Advocate's servers and shutting it down yesterday. The moment the story was published every paper started spewing out National Enquirer headlines like:

'Pregnant' man stuns medical profession

Pregnant Man Is Five Months Along

Pregnant Man?: Find Out How It Happened

Of course reading the story on his decision, we find out that he's biologically a women (transman) and he's got a fasinating story to tell.  Check it out below.. if you can get in.











[ref: The Observer Labor of Love. - keep reloading if it says "service unavailbale]

Posted by athomedad at 2:04 PM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 26 March 2008 2:11 PM EDT
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Monday, 31 March 2008 - 12:10 PM EDT

Name: "Anthony"
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He may not be offended if you call him "Mr. Mom" but he probably would be offended by your use of quotes around his preferred pronoun.  Mr. Beatie has changed his sex and there is absolutely no reason for you to attempt to undermine that by implying that his preferred pronoun set is incorrect.  Would you walk up to a perfect stranger and claim that they are not the gender they say they are?  It is not your place (or my place or anyone else's place) to judge someone else's gender.  Mr. Beatie has made his preferences clear and, as reasonable adults, we should honor them.

Wednesday, 8 October 2008 - 10:37 AM EDT

Name: "kayla"
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I think that is one crazy story for sure but very interesting all the same, excellent blogs!

Saturday, 18 September 2010 - 7:48 AM EDT

Name: "ellie"
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great blog! but what if you're really preagnant for sure you will experice morning sickness, good thing is that there's a <a href=" sickness relief/">here</a>.

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