Chicago transgender couple Precious and Myles Brady Davis announce pregnancy

Sun. July 7, 2019 7:31 AM by News Staff

announcement comes with a cute picture on twitter

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Couple announced they are expecting a baby with a cute picture on Twitter

Precious and Myles Brady Davis, both influential LGBTQ rights activists in Chicago, publicly announced they are expecting a baby in the winter.

Myles, 37, who identifies as two-spirit and trans masculine, underwent fertility treatments with the support of Precious, 33, a queer biracial trans woman of color.

"@mylesbradydavis and I are pleased to publicly announce we are expecting a BABY in the Winter of 2019," Precious shared on Twitter.

"Our love has brought us to this place and now after a two year journey, we are celebrating a moment of triumph and are ecstatic to grow our family #babybradydavis."

Myles Brady Davis is the director of communications at Equality Illinois and is a civil rights activist.

Precious Brady Davis, a diversity advocate and public speaker, is the central region communications manager at Sierra Club, a US environmental organization.

The couple was invited to meet President Obama during the White House LGBTQ Pride reception in 2016.

The pair also became the first transgender couple to be featured on TLC's series Say Yes To The Dress, before marrying at the Rockefeller Chapel in Chicago.

The couple underwent IVF treatments at Fertility Center of Illinois under the supervision of Dr. Brian Kaplan M.D.


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