His love life has been “sperminated.”
A prolific father who can’t find a partner might seem like a paradox. However, a California sperm donor with almost 50 biological children fears that his controversial vocation may have torpedoed his chances of landing a paramour.
“Most women aren’t interested in dating me,” Kyle Gordy, 30, told Jam Press of his devotion to donation.
The freelance baby purveyor, who claimed that an estimated 1,000 women have requested his semen, first started donating his swimmers when he was 22 as he felt traditional sperm banks were “cold and clinical” — and wanted to know where his sperm was
Tbh I'm surprised he was able to get that many requests from women. He doesn't exactly scream "prime genetic stock."Fast forward until now, and the independent sperm banker has fathered 47 children in multiple countries with 10 more on the way.
But despite the fact that scores of women desire his super sperm, the serial surrogate said that he’s had trouble finding that special someone.
“Although I’ve had a few women interested in a possible relationship, it never goes anywhere,” lamented Gordy, who reportedly had an “average” dating life even before his career. “I have accepted my decision to donate sperm, but I’ve realized that dating may never be the same as it once was for me.”