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You should get a doner kebab.
I think you mean Donor.
In the English name "doner kebab", the word doner is borrowed from the Turkish döner kebap, with the Turkish letter ö usually anglicized as "o", though "döner kebab" is an alternate spelling in English. ... The Arabic name شاورما (shāwarmā) derives from another Turkish word, çevirme, also meaning "turning".
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I think the commenter was pointing out a spelling mistake 😂
There is an article on ABC newsfeed that comes to your mobile, if you have the app, that discusses this very complex issue. It is "meet the second generation of children being born through sperm donations". Author is Rebecca Puddy. It came through at 9.30am, June 15, so its very recent.
It raises some issues that need to be thought through, and will give you links to other articles well worth reading.
There are implications for the children particularly, as they get older:
medical / genetic history,
understanding where they come from (heritage, other relatives), and the "feeling of belonging", or lack of it.
risk of getting involved with other people fathered by the same donor (some have fathered over 20 children).
The ABC has a Making Babies" series. there will be lots more stories on there that will give you insights into what you have to consider.
It is really good information. I thought of you when I read it this morning. I hope it helps.
I'm pretty sure every kid deserves the chance at having TWO parents.
Don't be selfish.
I'm referring to knowingly conceiving a child with no partner.
I looked into it, and it was about $5000 a go. It was just too much.
There are some horror stories around, and a growing number of women trapped in violent relationships.
Even someone who makes you pregnant, not in a relationship with you, can demand to be involved in the childs life. And you can vet the sperm donors genetic heritage.
Research it properly, don't rely on just any advice you get in a forum like this. It would not be very common, so you wont get a decent size pool of people who have been through it.
Sperm Donors are now ‘advertising’ their services on Tinder, yep you read that right! My friend has just met a sperm donor in Perth who she met on Tinder! He has already fathered two babies, both with single parents..