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Another Pregnant Man Prepares for Birth

scott-moore-and-familyHow’d this guy’s pregnancy stay under wraps for so long?

The world’s second known pregnant man, Scott Moore, is preparing to give birth for the first time next month.

He and his partner, Thomas, are excited to add another boy to their family, which already includes Thomas’s sons Logan, 10, and Gregg, 12. The couple adopted the boys from Thomas’s ex-girlfriend, their mother.

Baby Miles will be the third child born to a man. Thomas Beattie, the world’s first pregnant man, gave birth a second time last year.

Scott, born Jessica, and Thomas, born Laura, are California residents and are legally married since Scott has retained his birth certificate, which lists him as a girl. Both men have undergone surgeries and hormone treatments to undergo sex transformation. The two met several years ago at a support group for transgendered people.

The two dads expect this son will be teased too, but they’re obviously used to dealing with mean kids.

From Fox40.com, Thomas says:

“We’ve been through it already. My son Logan was bullied but now he just says to teasers: ‘You may have a problem with my two dads but I don’t so you’re not hurting me’. … We want to show the world that trans-families can be healthy, loving and nurturing.”

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Photos: telegraph.co.uk; Fox40.com

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