Thomas Beatie, the world's first transgender man to give birth, delivered his second child Tuesday, a baby boy, ABC reported. Beatie and wife, Nancy, have not yet named the newborn.

Beatie's spring announcement last year that he was pregnant in gay monthly The Advocate drew controversy and stirred emotions about Beatie's claimed masculinity. He defended his right to have a child on The Oprah Winfrey Show saying: “I feel it's not a male or female desire to have a child. It's a human need. I'm a person and I have the right to have a biological child.” Daughter Susan, conceived through artificial insemination, was born on June 29 in an Oregon hospital.

Thomas Beatie, 35, had sex reassignment surgery in 2002, but opted to retain his reproductive sexual organs. He then legally changed his birth certificate from Tracy to Thomas and married Nancy, a mother of two divorcee, in 2003. The couple decided he should get pregnant after learning that Nancy was unable to bear another child due to a hysterectomy. After nine doctors refused to participate in the pregnancy of a transgender man, the Beaties resorted to a home procedure of sperm purchased on the Internet delivered through a syringe to conceive Susan.

In November, Beatie told ABC's Barbara Walters that he was pregnant with his second child.

ABC now reports that Nancy, 46, will also breastfeed their son, as she did with Susan.