A British man from the West Midlands who had a sex change surgery has reportedly become Britain's first male mother. He has given birth to a baby boy.
The man, who has not yet been identified, is believed to be in his 30s and had the child last year. Additionally, he is believed to be in a relationship; it is unknown whether his partner is a man or a woman, the Telegraph reports.
According to the Press Association, the man approached the Beaumont Society, a support group for the transgender community, asking for advice about having a baby.
"We had a general inquiry to the Beaumont Society. The society, all it does is provide information and acts as an information hub for people to find data about specific things, and we are able to refer them to more specialist organizations. He came for some information and I referred him to GIRES (the Gender Identity Research Society, an organization that provides education based on research into gender identity and intersex issues, to help improve the lives of those affected by the issues)," said Joanna Darrell from Beaumont society.
She did also add that the man in question contacted the Beaumont society for a second time, after consultations with GIRES, to inform them he had a baby.
"We sometimes get people coming back to say thanks for our help. He got back in touch and said he had had the baby" added Joanna Darrell.
The Telegraph quoted Joanna Darrell as saying this mystery man was the first from Britain to have given birth.
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