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Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Anonymous sperm available on the net

A WEBSITE which supplies sperm to single women and lesbians who want to have a baby claims that it has found a way around Britain’s new laws overturning donor anonymity.

Controversial internet site ManNotIncluded is now offering a service which allows women to use sperm sent from countries where donor anonymity is still legal.

After 1 April this year, egg and sperm donations in the UK can no longer be made anonymously - meaning that any child born as a result of a donation can find out the donor’s identity when they reach the age of 18.

Last week, fertility experts said that the forthcoming laws had already created a shortage of donors and warned that it would lead to "fertility tourism" and an increased use of unlicensed donor providers, such as ManNotIncluded.

Use of unlicensed sperm could potentially cause problems over paternity rights.


unlicensed sperm? aaaaaahhhhhaaaahahahahahahahahahaha!


Blogger Lever said...

LMFAO - "unlicensed sperm" ??? They'll be stopping 'em for speeding next...

11:54 AM  
Anonymous moni said...

Yet another way to suck the love and beauty right out creating life. "Excuse me sir do you have a license to carry that sperm?" What do you call a frozen sperm? A POP-sicle. Okay I'll stop now.

4:14 AM  

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