WOW: Gay Man Knocks Up Transgender Man ‘Boyfriend’

Brace yourself, you are about to read about something completely insane. A gay man has knocked up his transgender man boyfriend.

That’s not all. They live in an old bus and want to tell their story of true love. Even worse, this is going to be televised on “My Trans Life.” People will actually watch this.

This video is crazy and disturbing, but you know you have to look. It’s that crazy disturbing thing that everyone tells you not to Google, but you do anyway.

Gay Man Knocks Up Transgender Man

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Boyfriends Stephen and Wyley met on the gay dating app ‘Grindr’ – and now one of them is pregnant! This unconventional love story features in the next episode of Extreme Love, airing Friday 4th 10|9c only on WE tv

It’s funny when the narrator says “Getting pregnant isn’t what most men experience.” That’s a bit of an understatement, since men cannot get pregnant.

This crosses all kinds of boundaries and causes all kinds of confusion. Since this guy is actually having sex with a woman, is he even gay? Ah yes, it’s 2019 and even gay men are able to impregnate “transmen.”

This brings us back to the unforgettable exchanges Steven Crowder had on a college campus with his “Change My Mind” segment. This one was “There Are Only Two Genders: Change My Mind.”

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