This lesbian couple have hit back at ‘haters’ who said the ‘wrong one’ got pregnant
A lesbian couple who rose to fame through daily vlogging on YouTube has hit back at haters who said “the wrong one” got pregnant.
Domo and Crissy, who have gained a following of 1.4 million people, are expecting a child but some fans recently criticised Domo – who is carrying the child.
The “fans” said Domo was the “wrong one” to be carrying the child because she “dresses like a man”, and that it should have been Crissy to carry the child because she is more “feminine looking”.
Domo took to Instagram to debunk the comments, saying that she is a woman who has always wanted a child – and that her clothes do not dictate that fact.
“I am a woman. I am a woman who has always wanted a child. I am a woman who likes to dress how she pleases and doesn’t give two shits about your stereotypes,” she starts off in the post that was published yesterday.
“Who cares if I like to wear snap backs and joggers? Who cares that I’m not the “normal” look of a pregnant woman. I am Domonic’s mom and I am proud!
“There’s a lot of hate going around with me being a “pregnant stud” which is soooo funny to me. Like you people cry all day “don’t judge” or “I hate when people judge” but are the MAIN ONES.
Dom wrote that she was “blessed to be able to bring him into this world” and that she would teach him to stand up for himself.
“He will have the best life. So Domonic, mommy is sorry that you have to be born in a world full of hate, but just know that I will do my best to protect you. I love you Domonic Cristopher Wilson. You make me a better person.”
The couple is expecting the child, who they plan to call Domonic Christopher Wilson, on the 19th of March.
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