‘Pregnant man’ readies for delivery, wants more babies

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The world’s first “pregnant man” – who’s told his story in the Advocate, in People, on Oprah and caused quite a stir of comments on this blog – is four weeks away from giving birth and already for more kids.

In the latest round of his “exclusive” story – Thomas Beatie posed “naked” – showing off new pictures of his baby bump – to the News of the World and says he and wife Nancy have already picked a name for their daughter – slated to arrive in four weeks.

"… we might even have more children. We will just see what the experience is like with our daughter's arrival first and then give it some thought," he says.

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what is this world coming to? Jesus' return is very near...

That is no big deal she is a freaking women. Why is everyone making a big deal about this she is a women not a man.
I can even belive that this crap is on the news.

He's not a man, he is a woman. So, all the press is a joke. If he had been without female organs, this would be a a story.

what is the big deal it's a lie. It is only a woman having a baby. Now if they could have a man, that was born as a man, have a baby, that would really be something.

THIS IS NOT A MAN HAVING A BABY. This is a woman you thinks she is a man having a baby.

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