In 2003 I wrote a blog called The Sperm Donor Relationship which is about a man and a woman karmically coming together to have a child - then once conceived they should go their separate ways. I can't tell you how many people understand that was the nature of their relationship with a former partner.
Today I found a story about a Sperm Donor Relationship and decided to blog about it because I have clients who had a similar experience. One client, Peter, donated his sperm twice, in exchange for money to a lesbian couple, when he was a student. Signing all rights away each time, he never though they would come after him years later for support and shared parenting. His sperm were used to make both a son, then two years later, a daughter. The paper signed was not drawn up by a lawyer, nor was a doctor used for the inception and so he is liable.
Using Craig's list to find a sperm donor, like the man in the video below, is risky business for many reasons. Documents created without a lawyer can leave you liable. Genetic history is very important. You really need to know your responsibility level before getting started. Always chose your partner wisely when creating a baby or you'll regret it for the next two decades no matter what the circumstances are.
Sudden sisters: Tulane pals learn they share sperm-donor dad CNN - January 25, 2014
Looking at them, you can see the similarities: the nose, the cheekbones, the dimpled chin and long, brown curls. But what are the chances, right? What are the chances that two California teens would meet online in a roommate hunt, cross the country to attend Louisiana's Tulane University and learn a semester later they were half-sisters, the daughters of the same Colombian sperm donor? Emily Nappi, 18, of San Francisco, and Mikayla Stern-Ellis, 19, of San Diego, learned exactly that January 7, when, acting on a suspicion they'd joked about since Father's Day, the women asked their mothers to hunt down their sperm donor numbers from the Los Angeles-based Calfornia Cryobank.
At the end of 2013, Vince Vaughn starred in the film called Delivery Man in which
his sperm were used to father 533 children. Of those, 142 join a class action suit
to force the fertility clinic to reveal the identity of "Starbuck", the alias he used.
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