The latest edition of the British version of the popular fashion magazine Glamour features on its cover a picture of a pregnant woman identifying as a man.
Logan Brown, the model, was once lesbian but now identifies as “queer” or a “trans pregnant man.”
“We’re real living people,” Brown said, according to Fox News. “And at the end of the day, I am a trans pregnant man and I do exist. No matter what anyone says, I am literally living proof.”
The cover model — who admitted to having dealt with “really bad mental health” as a child — described coming out as homosexual before exploring an “identity of being trans,” and ultimately settling on identifying as “queer.”
Additionally, Brown is writing a children’s book, “My Daddy’s Belly: The Miracle of Male Birth.”
Brown, who described the pregnancy as “accidental,” as it occurred during a lapse in testosterone treatments for health reasons, said, “To bring a baby into the world in a queer relationship is the best feeling ever.”
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The author said the pregnancy initially felt like a drain of all the “manlihood” the 27-year-old had “worked hard for, for so long.”
“How do you tell your partner, ‘Oh, I’m pregnant, but, oh, I’m also your boyfriend as well,'” recalled Brown, before coming to a place of acceptance: “I’m a pregnant man, and we’re very lucky, and I’m proud to do what we’re doing.”
The magazine cover has garnered quite a bit of criticism.
Wendell Husebo, a writer for Breitbart, called the feature story “an example of the West’s rapid decline.”
British commentator Piers Morgan asked, “Logan’s a biological female who got pregnant, as hundreds of millions of biological females do each year… why are you presenting this as a man getting pregnant which is biologically impossible?”
Oli London, the social media influencer who famously identified as transgender before ultimately detransitioning and becoming a Christian, also condemned the magazine cover.
“Just when you thought woke companies could not sink any lower, Glamour UK magazine has featured this ‘pregnant man’ on the cover to kick off Pride Month,” he wrote.
The European editorial director for Glamour, Deborah Joseph, defended the decision to feature Brown.
“When we first met Logan and heard his incredible story, we were blown away by his strength and courage,” she said in a statement. “We knew he would be the perfect cover star for our June Pride issue, as a shining example of empowerment, inclusivity and equality.”
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