Tag: trans MtF

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21 June 2021
Pregnancy of male mice to achieve human male birth: biotech experiment
Surgically attaching a pregnant female rat to the male uterus-transplanted rat so that its 'pregnant blood' nourishes the male pregnancy like an elixir. Objective: the business of trans gestations, defined as a 'human right'.
What is the point of taking a male and a female mouse, surgically attaching them as Siamese twins -parabiosis-, connecting the two circulatory systems to run the female's blood through the male, castrating the male, transplanting a uterus into his body, artificially impregnating the female, inserting embryos into the male mouse's uterus as well, and conducting the two pregnancies until both are delivered by caesarean section? Surely it does not serve the objective to make male mice give birth or male lambs or oxen or [...]
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16 May 2021
Uterus transplantation for trans MtF (male born)
Not only 'pregnant men' (trans FtMs, born women) as covered by L'Espresso: bioethical criteria for uterus transplants have recently been revised. The uterus can also be received by trans-MTFs, i.e. biologically male. For a complete transition
The cover of the latest issue of l'Espresso probably appears to most as a provocation. Those who follow certain scientific literature, however, know well that what was drawn is already reality, and has been for a while. Pregnancies in women who identify themselves as men - FtM, the acronym (Female to Male) - such as the one drawn on the cover of the weekly - are certainly nothing new: it is sufficient to search the sector databases (Scopus or WOS or Pubmed, for example, recognised for scientific publications evaluated for [...].
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