Another tranny has given birth to a baby boy in the U.S.
The "father" is Trystan Resse from Portland, Oregon, originally born and raised as a female but decided to take hormones almost ten years ago. He only stopped taking the hormones for his transition to 'malehood' when he got pregnant until now that he has given birth to a son whom he named Leo.
This was not the first time that Resse got pregnant. He previously suffered a miscarriage the last time he got pregnant. He thought then that he has lost the chance forever to have children of his own.
Leo and his 'husband' Biff Chaplow already have two adopted children. Leo became their first biological son. The proud parents and transgender couple are overjoyed with the addition of Leo to their growing family.
Resse said in an interview with Fox News: "I would say it's unique. I understand that people are not used to two men having a biological child." Chaplow added: "The moment he was born was just like a pure moment of bliss, the happiest moment of my life. To see the very beginning of Leo, of his life, was just like amazing."
Resse giving birth comes only months after the first tranny gave birth in the U.K. Hayden Cross, 21, was all over world news when he shared that he was pregnant by a sperm donor, three years after he completed his transition to fully becoming male through gender reassignment. He gave birth to daughter Trinity-Leigh by caesarian whom he described as "perfect in every way."
Resse and husband said they have been getting support from family and friends for their decision to have a biological son, but they have also received backlash especially from people online
There are also concerns from other people that trannies may have mental issues, as well as 'worries' that transgender parents raising children may likely pave the way for the children becoming transgender persons themselves later on in their lives.