“I choose to share my pregnancy and nursing journey with the hope of providing comfort and letting others know they are not alone. While not everyone may accept our lifestyle, that’s okay; our priority is to be true to ourselves,” expressed Posey.

However, he faced criticism for being both a mother and a father to his child, encountering comments like “You do not belong on earth,” “Men don’t carry babies,” and “Go ahead and go back to where you came from” in one of his TikTok videos.

Some even went so far as to predict negative outcomes for his child, Za’Nius, suggesting that he would grow up corrupt, unhealthy, and confused due to not having both parents.

Addressing these concerns, Posey shared, “Somebody said he’s gonna resent me once he finds out that I carried him, and he’s gonna be so confused or whatnot because he doesn’t have a mom and dad.”

In an interview, Posey encouraged other “seahorse dads” not to feel ashamed about utilizing their abilities to provide everything for their children, even advocating for breastfeeding. He emphasized, “I’ve got the parts to be able to (breastfeed). Just because I transitioned does not mean I stripped myself from wanting to give my child nutrients,” during an interview with Truly

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