The Implications of Sperm Donor Dads
December 15, 2011 3 Comments
In an age where marriage, family, and Judeo-Christian values are under siege, it is important to pose the alternative. With contraceptives, abortion, and other unorthodox practices readily available and accepted, sperm donors should not come as a surprise.
In my time at college, I have seen ads in my university paper calling for egg or sperm donors. Most college newspapers advertise the same services. They entertain offers to make bank by giving sperm or eggs to labs for research and/or “humanitarian” causes.
In a time where students need money, this seems like a good prospect. Why not – give your sperm off through little to no effort and make money! How awesome is that?
Nevertheless, do students who partake in this understand the implications of their actions? Do they understand how many children they may potentially father?
“On September 12, 2011, Style Exposed aired a program called “Sperm Donor”, which features 33-year old Ben Siesler, a man who has fathered 74 children. When he was in law school at George Mason University, he donated to a local sperm bank for three years and never knew he fathered so many children until recently. For each month he donated his sperm, he received $900. Throughout the documentary, he has trouble telling his fiancée Lauren about his 74 children, while they both discuss wedding plans and the possibility of having children of their own in the near future.
- Christian Conservative Politician Caught In New Zealand Sperm Donor Scandal (droneratti.org)
- Altruism and Egotism (julieshapiro.wordpress.com)
- Anti-gay US politician’s ‘secret life’ as sperm donor to lesbian couples (pinkbananaworld.com)
- Free Organic Sperm Donor Is Just Creepy (blisstree.com)
- Sperm Donor Daddy: The Breakdown of Society (thecollegeconservative.com)