His name is Thomas Beatie, he was born female and has given birth to all his three children.
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Thomas Trace Beatie (born Tracy Lehuanani LaGondino; January 20, 1974) is an American public speaker, author, and advocate of transgender and sexuality issues and a focus on trans fertility and reproductive rights.
Beatie, a trans man, had gender reassignment surgery in 2002 and became known as ‘The Pregnant Man’ after he became pregnant through artificial insemination in 2007. Beatie chose to become pregnant because his wife Nancy was infertile, doing so with cryogenic donated sperm.
Beatie’s first pregnancy resulted in an ectopic pregnancy with triplets, requiring emergency surgery and resulting in the loss of all three fetuses. Beatie has since given birth to three children.
The couple filed for divorce in 2012. The Beatie case is the first of its kind on record, where a documented legal male gave birth within a traditional marriage to a woman, and for the first time, a court challenged a marriage where the husband gave birth.
Beatie was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, the first of two children. His mother was from San Francisco, and of English, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh descent. His father, of Korean and Filipino descent, was born and raised in Hawaii. AS A TEENAGER, BEATIE WAS A FEMALE MODEL AND MISS HAWAII TEEN USA PAGEANT FINALIST.
At the age of 10, Beatie started to self-identify with the male gender. At 23 years old, he began testosterone hormone treatment to transition to living life as a man.
In March 2002, Beatie underwent sex reassignment surgery. The procedure he had, sometimes called “top surgery” or “chest reconstruction” involved a double mastectomy, areolar reshaping and grafting, and contouring of the chest to effectuate a male appearance.
BECAUSE HE WANTED TO HAVE BIOLOGICAL CHILDREN AND STERILIZATION IS NOT A REQUIREMENT TO UNDERGO A VALID SEX CHANGE ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES, HE KEPT HIS INTERNAL REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS INTACT.
As a man, he gave birth to all three of his children from 2008 to 2010.
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