Glamour UK's 'Pregnant Man' Wants to 'Educate' People On Men Birthing Babies

Brittany M. Hughes | June 2, 2023
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A pregnant man is now gracing the cover of Glamour UK’s magazine.

Or, as it's said over here in Realityland, a pregnant woman who cut off her breasts and her hair is on the cover of a magazine that panders to insane progressives who think science and facts play second fiddle to feelings.

Logan Brown, a 27-year-old woman who’s lived for years thinking she’s a man, told Glamour UK she became pregnant by her male partner - a “non-binary” dude named Bailey who goes by “they/them” pronouns, try to keep up here - after Brown stopped taking testosterone treatments for “health issues.” Shocker there.

“One day, I had this really weird feeling; it was early in the morning and Bailey was asleep. I took a pregnancy test and it was positive. I’d been off testosterone for a while due to some health issues. It was like my whole world just stopped. That everything, all my manlihood that I’ve worked hard for, for so long, just completely felt like it was erased.”

Probably because it never really existed in the first place - and that sperm-egg formula doesn’t stop functioning just because your head has a different idea.

“It was really hard because how do you tell your partner, ‘Oh, I’m pregnant, but oh, I’m also your boyfriend as well,’” Brown continued.

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Brown added that since the initial shock, she’s begun “educating” people on the existence of “pregnant men.”

“I had to get to the point of being confident with who I am and being a pregnant man. I’ve started educating people on it,” she said.

“This thing about ‘men can’t get pregnant’ is that I would not identify as anything else just because I found out I’m pregnant. It’s important for me to stay real with my identity. I am a pregnant man, and I am trans,” she continued.

Except that the phrase “men can’t get pregnant” isn’t meant to convince Brown to start “identifying” as a woman simply because she’s carrying a baby. “Men can’t get pregnant” is simply stating a biological fact - Brown is a woman, regardless of how she “identifies.” And her pregnancy simply further confirms a truth she’s still denying, even as it stretches out the elastic in her waistband and gives her heartburn up to her shaved hairline.

Ironically, Brown has already begun gendering her own child - a girl named Nova - based on the very biological basis that she herself ignores.

“I think what makes me feel empowered as a trans man is that whoever I say I am is exactly who I am. No one can ever take that away from me. Now, I get to bring a child up to know that she can be authentically herself and love whoever she wants; that’s really powerful for me,” Brown said.



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