Briton Kenzie Kilpatrick is recognized as the most productive male donor of semen in the country.
It is known that 26-year-old young man is the father of 8 children, and soon he will have two more babies. The British called Kenzi “Sperminator”, and journalists have calculated that if the young man would continue with the same pace, in the next 10 years it will help 300 women to become mothers. Curiously, Sperminator chooses the lucky one who he wants to donate his sperm to... through Facebook!
One day Kenzi just came across a Facebook group that spoke about how difficult it’s in Britain to find a sperm donor. This was a turning point in British life. Kensi decided that, since he is not yet able to make his own children because of the lack of a partner and the unstable financial situation, at least he would help other women who dream about kids. Kenzie is essentially engaged in charity, because he does not take money for his "work". "You can not set prices for children. My heart melts when couples tell their stories. This is my gift to them, "- Kenzi said.
Of course, I am happy for the British women who became mothers, using the genetic material of the young Kenzi. But I would like to ask him a question - and what he would do if one day one of these mothers, and perhaps a few, go to court and oblige him to pay child support? Indeed, in this case, it is clearly not an anonymous donation, and indeed in the United Kingdom the only non-anonymous donation of genetic material allowed. I think that in this case the desire to be the father of many children in the UK this Englishman will sharply vanish. My own view remains unchanged: the donation of genetic material should be anonymous.