Syven and Tori, a transgender couple, defied societal expectations to have children. Syven, assigned female at birth, could conceive naturally, leading to the birth of their son, Prophet, and daughter, Wynter. Their unique situation faced mixed reactions, with some supporting them, while others clung to traditional gender norms, making negative comments and snickering at Syven’s pregnancy.
Transgender parenthood posed challenges, especially during medical appointments where Syven encountered disbelief and discomfort. This highlights the need for more understanding and acceptance of transgender individuals during their journey to parenthood.
Both began their transitions at a young age, enduring difficulties and leaning on their close-knit extended family for support. Despite judgment as parents, they prioritize their family’s well-being. Their experiences transformed them, making them more mature and focused.
They hope for more support for pregnant transgender individuals and advocate for an inclusive society where everyone can pursue parenthood without judgment.
Their story proves that love, determination, and family support can overcome adversity, inspiring others on their path to parenthood.