One who was born a guy and identifies as one cannot become pregnant. Some nonbinary people and transgender males can, though.
Male pregnancy is usually not possible, including for cis-men who have s£x with other guys. Though future male pregnancies may be possible because of new studies on uterine transplants.
According to Medical New Today, anyone who has a uterus and ovaries is capable of becoming pregnant and giving birth.
Males who were born as guys and are living as guys are unable to get pregnant. A nonbinary or transgender individual, however, could be able to.
The only people who can get pregnant are those who have a uterus. The womb, or uterus, is where the fetus develops.
Males just have testicles and a penis; they do not have a uterus.
In the traditional binary s£x system, the terms “man” and “woman” refer to a person’s gender, which includes the socially built characteristics that differentiate male and female.
Anyone with a uterus and ovaries is capable of getting pregnant and giving birth.
The gender role that is connected to each person’s assigned sex is not shared by all people, though.
For instance, a person who was assigned female at birth (AFAB) but later decides they want to be a guy can describe themselves as a “transgender” man or a person who does not identify as either male or female.
Many AFAB people who identify as men or as people who are gender non-conforming nevertheless have their ovaries and uteruses, which enables them to become pregnant and give birth.
But some AFAB individuals might use testosterone. Testosterone therapy promotes the growth of masculine secondary s£x traits while reducing the effects of estrogen.
Who can get pregnant is not determined by gender.
If they have a uterus and ovaries, people who identify as men can and do get pregnant and give birth.