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male mother

A transgendered person who was born a girl and underwent a sex-change operation to become a man—but has retained the relevant female reproductive organs—who has conceived a child.
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2008 29 JUNE Thomas Beatie, the world's first pregnant man, gave birth to a daughter.
A male research scientist becomes the world's first pregnant man in order to test a medication he and his colleague have designed specifically for expectant women 1994 ?
This essay will consider the clearly New-Wave aspects of one of Demy's lesser known efforts, the 1973 comedy, A Slightly Pregnant Man (L'Evenement le plus important depuis que I'homme a marche sur la lune), a film that is intriguing not only for its revolutionary vision of gender and sexuality, but also for its status on the very margins of the French New Wave.
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as the world's first pregnant man.
Beatie is a transgender man who the media once heralded as the first pregnant man, though he was merely the first trans man to widely publicize the pregnancy.
23 Which Comic Strip actor also played a pregnant man in the drama Frankenstein's Baby?
The "Reidinator" (self-named) has posed in a photo-shoot as a pregnant man in a bid to empathise with his heavily pregnant fiance Chantelle Houghton, right, who he has been going through a rocky patch with of late.
He's also part way through voicing Postman Pat for a film version of the classic children's story and, come the summer, he'll be on stage at the Royal Court in London as a pregnant man in futuristic comedy Birthday.
He's also part-way through voicing Postman Pat for a film version of the classic children's story and in summer, he'll be on stage at the Royal Court in London as a pregnant man in the futuristic comedy Birthday.
Thomas Beatie, 38, who lives in Arizona, became the world's first pregnant man in 2007 and has since given birth to three children - Susan, Austin and Jensen.
Dogpile's music aficionados searched Miley, Britney and Lil Wayne and 2008 also brought much talked about pop culture phenomena such as the pregnant man and Elmo's death threat.