The headline, "Transgender man gives birth to a boy" may be slightly misleading. From our understanding of basic biology and human anatomy, only a woman is able to give birth to a baby. This story has recently blown up in the media and we are being told that it is something to celebrate and accept. Besides the underlying biological issues with this story, this is not something we should be celebrating or encouraging.
It is wonderful that God has brought a new person into this world and that we have the gift of life. However, the two "men" raising this child are cause for concern. It is a fact that the most successful formula for raising a child is having a stable mother and father figure. It is a shame that the transgender trend continues to grow and affect children.
Read more from CNN:
Trystan Reese, a transgender man living in Portland, Oregon, has given birth to a boy with his partner of seven years, Biff Chaplow. Their son, Leo Murray Chaplow, was born July 14.
Leo is the couple's first biological child, but they are no strangers to parenting: Reese and Chaplow adopted Chaplow's niece and nephew in 2011.
Both Leo and Reese were in good health after the birth, the couple wrote on Facebook. Reese and Chaplow told CNN Leo "eats like a champ, sleeps well, and gives us lots of cuddles."
"We are so lucky to have been able to welcome him into our lives and cannot wait to see who he grows up to be," they said.
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