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Do you judge that the english phenomenon has to do with the  semantics of
the first person, which is what your ObCL asks about? Or could it rather
have to do with the semantics of pregnancy, such that a biologically
pregnant person's partner counts as socially pregnant?
On May 10, 2012 7:44 AM, "Sai" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> In the last couple years I've seen hetero couples (mainly fairly
> liberal ones) where the male unreflexively says "we got pregnant" /
> "we are pregnant".
>
> I just learned that at least some men will go the next logical step,
> and say "I got pregnant" / "I am pregnant":
> https://plus.google.com/u/0/103112149634414554669/posts/MJ2HCqKBAWf
>
> Anyone know how prevalent this is?
>
> ObCL: Anyone use some kind of person / pronoun / etc system that
> permits this kind of first person singular by proxy?
>
> - Sai
>