Transgender Pregnancy : Intro To Our Queer Life – My Fiance Is A Pregnant Man

Transgender Pregnancy : Intro To Our Queer Life – My Fiance Is A Pregnant Man


hey guys how’s it going my name is Sean
a lot of people also know me as buck I am queer and I’m here to make it clear
the reason why I bet you guys are here; I started my new YouTube channel it’s
because I feel as though that it’s something that I could really help and
bring people a different kind of type of perspective and I find in a lot of
YouTube channels there’s maybe not so much authenticity people not being
exactly you know straightforward and clear to who it is that they are as
individual but primarily because I found that there’s very little resources out
there as far as you know parenting and you know pregnancy and all of that stuff
were transgendered individuals you look at me and you’re seeing a man I identify
as a guy I previously used to live as a female I was born a man transitioned to
become a female about goodness I want to say this well when I was 23 lived as a
female until I was 28 and then detransitioned right between 28 and 29
back into my natural born state of being this is not me criticizing or condemning
or anything negative upon those that live as transgendered individuals this
is just my story and my fiancé and I both previously used to live as
transgender individuals I living as a female her being born female living as a
male now if you see her you will see that she has a very masculine boy like
man-like appearance and that is because testosterone is much more aggressive
than estrogen and while my physical you know differences that changed due to
the estrogen did go back to its original state
hers haven’t so much primarily with the muscle definition in her body as well as
the facial hair while it has thinned out it is still
very much there and quite honestly I don’t give a shit whether it’s there or
it’s not we both love each other and us finding
each other is why we were able to stop taking hormones and just be okay with
you know who we are as our natural beings because a we wanted kids and
because we are concerned about you know what these are repercussions of what
taking foreign hormones could potentially do to your body and your
lifespan anyhow now that all of that is out of the way because that’s a whole
other video in itself and we got a whole lot to talk about
the main reason why guys have you here is to introduce myself and to let you
know exactly what this channel is going to be about my fiance as of right now is
26 weeks pregnant she’ll be 27 weeks pregnant as of Friday
goodness today’s the 2nd of September so would that make it like the 5th I don’t
know anyhow I’m terrible….. I’m terrible especially with memory and dates and all
that good stuff anyhow so she is six months pregnant and
has got a big o’ belly on her and has been wearing her previous male
clothing in the size in which that she I mean she always were looser clothing but
now it’s gotten to a point where that clothing no longer fits and we found it
being really difficult to find maternity pants for a pregnant man or essentially
what looks like a pregnant man because she still carries and dresses very much
masculine and her about 99% of her and co-workers have no idea that this is a
real situation taking place they think that she’s the gaining weight it’s a
beer belly you know what I’m saying I don’t know how because she’s so petite
and all she is is belly but it’s really happening that way or at least that’s the
way that they are convincing their selves I don’t know but maternity pants
it’s a maternity clothes period it’s difficult it’s not easy because you
can’t just go and get stretchy sweatpants and things like that if
you’re working in an atmosphere that doesn’t allow for that and you can’t
just go get big baggy clothing or bigger size pants because the pant leg itself
it’s gonna be really wide and really long or whatever the case may be and so
while it might fit in the waist it looks crazy everywhere else on the body and so
what we have found or what Annie had found that works for her is that she is
wearing skinny jeans in other men’s sizes so for instance right now she
started off as a 29 waist she’s broken out of her size 32 jeans and just
recently stepped up and bought a pair of 34 straight legs or skinny jeans because
even straight legs can get weird in the butt but the elastic from the stretchy
skinny jeans actually will hold to shape on her for the most part and just look
good down the leg so there’s an idea for you on that another thing that we have
found that I would like to encourage anyone who’s in the trans community that
is pregnant or dealing with expecting or want to expect or planning or whatever
it’s that you do go and do a full on tour of the hospital especially the NICU
and the birthing unit and the reason why is because I I just thought oh yeah
we’re definitely gonna go look at it but you want to do a full tour you want to
get to know the staff you want to at least show your face both of your faces
to the staff and the reason being is because it’s 2019 we got a lot of crazy
stuff going on around us alot of people dealing with mental
illness and so that having been said there are people that go into ERs and
medicals units and whatnot and seem and look very masculine and identify as male
or whatever and they will go into these hospitals ER units whatever and say that
they are pregnant and it is their training and their you know education
that they are to treat this as a mental health issue and so you don’t want to
put yourself in a situation that when you go to the hospital and you’re in
labor and you know whatever it’s an emergency situation whatever the case
may be you don’t want to put yourself in a situation where the hospital staff is
taking time to analyze the situation as to whether or not this is real or if
this is fake or a business mental health or whatever the case may be and so it’s
very important in fact it’s imperative that you take a step forward initially
you know as a you know proper preparation and planning and go forward
and meet the staff and see everyone who’s there as many as you can at least
just so that when you do show your face they know this is a very real situation
outside of that there is a lot more information that is to come I am kind of
wanting to type on a time budget or yeah anyhow I’m…Words…No Good! but anyhow I am
running to tight on time so I’m gonna hop up off of here but I look forward to you
guys following our journey because we are going to show you a lot of really
cool things that take place as far as her pregnancy as far as our life because
we do live in the Midwest and it hasn’t been as forward-moving as some
of the other coastal cities and cities were actually originally or I am from
originally Baltimore I lived in Philadelphia and she is from originally
here but lived in Philadelphia for quite a few years and I want to say eight or
nine years and that’s how her and I met so anyhow look for of you guys follow
along and see you on the next time

One thought on “Transgender Pregnancy : Intro To Our Queer Life – My Fiance Is A Pregnant Man

  • Interesting observation about the hospital taking time to figure out the situation.
    "Pregnant Man" is confusing. When you say she looks like a man…is she still wearing a beard?

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