A married man has spoken of his secret flights around the country to donate sperm ‘directly’ to women desperate to conceive by having sex.
‘Joe’, a successful internet entrepreneur with three teenage children, lives a secret life as a ‘free sperm donor’, a small but growing service that allows women to cut through the red-tape and traditional sperm banks to get pregnant.
And ‘Joe’ says that he has fathered more than 30 children during a seven-year ‘career’ as a donor – and hopes he could have up to 100.
‘I have a Clark Kent life. Then, I have the Superman life,’ he told ABC News.
‘People might want to have millions of dollars in the bank, and then, you know, some of us might want to have dozens of children out there.
‘The World Health Organization said I can get up to 2,500, but I don’t think that will happen in my lifetime. The other donors I know who have a lot [of children] are up there around the 100 range. I’m standing on the shoulders of giants.’
Another donor, 23-year-old Kyle Gordy, says that he only eats ‘sperm-friendly food’ and has included pictures of him as a child, along with his IQ and information about his family tree.
‘Right now I’m attending university. Both siblings are engineers. The nuclear engineer is my twin. My grandpa was a scientist,’ he told ABC’s 20/20.