Skip to comments.'I'm the daddy... to SEVENTY children!' The moment sperm donor confessed to his stunned fiancée
Posted on 09/30/2011 1:35:15 PM PDT by ReformationFan
A lawyer who donated sperm to pay his way through college has learned that he has fathered an astonishing 70 children.
More than 15 of those have already attempted to contact 33-year-old Ben Seisler.
The donor confessed to his fiancée as part of a new reality show, Sperm Donor, that aired on the Style Network on Tuesday.
Seisler donated sperm for three years while attending law school at George Mason, Virginia. He earned around $150 per donation.
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Now there’s a professional j@ck0ff if ever there were one. I wonder if his fiance has any Spring Break Girls Gone Wild videos in her closet`
What happens when a couple of kids who live in the sperm bank area grow up and fall in love and marry, then find out they share a daddy?
“... fall in love and marry, then find out they share a daddy?”
Uh? Move to West Virginia?!! (I’m joking freepers from West Virginia!)
We have a term for both of these folks. The word is prostitute.
Directory of sperm banks in the US:
And yes, it is chilling. Google also gives lots of results for “egg cartons.” I assume this is mainly done through assisted-reproduction practices, since the eggs have to be fertilized and implanted individually, not just, er, injected, as sperm might be in a healthy woman.
They’ll start an “incestous rights movement” demanding the government permit marriages between blood relatives. And anyone who disagrees with them will be called “incestophobic”.
“Mrs. Smith: TRIPOD?!?”
Good one! Thanks for the Friday laugh.
Would have made a good Benny Hill sketch.
“Blind College Student Diagnosed With Rare, Hairy-Palms Disease”
Whoever came up with that photo is a genius. One of the funniest slaps at Bubba ever.
$150 per donation? I could have been a millionaire!!!
I can't believe someone thought this was a good idea for a television show.
I believe it’s already happening...half-siblings producing children. You don’t have to use the WVa. meme to see it either.
Or Kentucky, or...
The welfare system has rewarded baby-producing behavior for decades. Doesn’t matter who the sire is. The factory gets the $$, the effin sire goes scott free.
(unless you count the chains hanging on his conscience...for the most part, they don’t care)
Next reality show in the works.. “I can’t believe I ****** my sister” with maury povich as the host.
What exactly defines playing god? GE crops? Going into space? Organ transplant?
Its a stupid term, humanity survives buy defying the natural world
The line is drawn, I would argue, with the manipulation of other human beings in ways that are de-personalized or de-humanized. I'm not talking about genuinely therapeutic medical interventions,since this is all legitimately orietnted toward restoring the human being to normal healthy function: curing diseases, correcting disorders, healing injuries, etc.
When I'm speaking of "manipulation," I'm talking about interventions that do not restore the normal healthy function, but tend toward redefining what it is to be human (as if we were nothing but malleable "material.")
To give an example which distinguishes the one from the other: say a couple suffers from infertility because the wife's fallopian tubes are blocked, and the husband's hormone profile is out of whack. Surgery to unblock the fallopian tube, and hormonal therapy to get the guy's hormonenumbers up where they should be---resulting in their ability to achieve pregnancy in the normal way ---would be absolutely legitimate.
But artificial reproduction technologies which do not repair sexual intercourse, but replace it ---say, laboratory-based baby-making--- would not be legitimate.
Why? Because such techniques do nothing to heal their sexual reproductive function, but replace it in a way that does not restore their marital sexual wholeness.
That' s not "playing God", exactly. That's more like failing to play human.
“Why? Because such techniques do nothing to heal their sexual reproductive function, but replace it in a way that does not restore their marital sexual wholeness.”
And getting an artificial leg doesn’t restore the leg’s function but replaces it in a why that does not restore the body’s wholeness.
Still not getting you. First of all, there’s nothing here that suggests there was anything more complicated then using frozen sperm and a turkey baster. Even if there was so what? We’re not talking about genetic enhancement or any other sort of manipulation. The children born are as normal as any other.
I just don’t see how the only ‘humanizing’ way to conceive is by bumping uglies.
You were very right about man’s mastery over the world, and ourselves. But like the issue with the leg I can come up with a thousand different ways man alters himself/environment to make it suit him and I don’t see why out of all of those, reproduction is somehow different.
A very thoughtful response - thank you.
What a hilarious bunch of children. What a bunch of stories the teacher will get when all the children have to write about why I like my father.