Well, here's the Science bit: he's had partial sex change surgery though is legally classified as a man after having testosterene treatment and having surgery to remove his breasts. He has a wife and lives in Bend, Oregon and says he's looking forward to being his daughter's father. Doctors say it is all perfectly possible: he's able to conceive because he didn't have reconstructive surgery to the lower half of his body including his reproductive organs. Donor sperm He claims to have been artificially inseminated using donor sperm.
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A man who used to be a woman before having gender reassignment surgery claims he is five months pregnant and expecting a baby girl in July. Thomas Beatie, who is married and from the US state of Oregon, has written an article in the gay magazine Advocate, saying it feels "incredible" to be a "pregnant man". He adds: "Despite the fact that my belly is growing with a new life inside me, I am stable and confident being the man that I am. Born Tracy Lagondino, Mr Beatie kept his female organs when he changed genders.
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When Thomas Beatie gives birth in the next few weeks to a baby girl, the blessed event will mark both a personal milestone and a strange and wondrous crossroads in the evolution of American pop culture. Beatie -- as anyone who has turned on a television, linked to a blog or picked up a tabloid in the past few months is aware -- is a married year-old man, born a woman, who managed to impregnate himself last year using frozen sperm. He went public this spring as the nation's first "pregnant father" due to deliver around July 3. The worldwide attention generated by his story is hardly surprising. For a time, clips of Beatie's appearance on Oprah Winfrey, where he was filmed undergoing an ultrasound, as well as shirtless images of him from an autobiographical feature in The Advocate magazine, were everywhere.