ABC- Once upon a time, when single women and infertile couples wanted a baby, they would pay a sperm bank to help them. Sometimes it costs thousands of dollars for a successful pregnancy. But now, those services have gone online, and at the click of a mouse, donors make their sperm available by offering to have sex for free. It's a surprising -- and some say unconventional -- method of making a baby called "natural insemination."
How about this guy 'Joe' just flipping the cheating game on it's skull? I'm not a big cheater. I guess that comes with the territory of not being a big relationship guy. However, I would imagine there is quite the justification process that goes along with being unfaithful. Joe isn't a cheater, he's a humanitarian. It's all semantics really. Sex is viewed through the eye of the boner, or something like that. He's just trying to propagate the species with as many women as possible.
Is that believable? Not really. On the other hand, you did have to think about it for half a second. That little seed of doubt is all you really need to substantiate your actions. It's kind of like when Tiger Woods tried to tell the world he was a sex addict. Equally unreasonable, but an excuse none the less. I would imagine if Joe tried to explain this to his wife he would be catching a 3 Wood to the side of his head as well.
From what I gather natural insemination is really just online dating minus the pulling out. Meet up, exchange names and interests, make sure the other person isn't a complete psychopath, and then head back to her place. The only difference is you send your seeds swimming upstream instead of leaving them in the swell of a stranger's back. I certainly hope Joe is using a burner phone and giving fake names. I'm not exactly an expert on impregnating strangers, but I am pretty sure giving it a respectable name like 'natural insemination' doesn't clear you of child support.
I think Joe is some combination of delusional and morally corrupt. Impregnating hundreds of women was referred to as 'extra curricular activities' like it was a pick up basketball game or something. He compared himself to Superman. Love how he acts as if he is some sort of philanthropist by only sleeping with other women when they are ovulating. Husband of the year material. "I only cheat when there is a chance of child birth". That's about the most ass backwards philosophy I have ever heard. Plus a married guy whose sidepieces only want to get pregnant probably isn't getting too much head.
This Kyle Gordy character is the one that is really living the dream. A 23 year old kid in graduate school slamming every cougar with a biological clock and a pulse? That's a kill count that would make even the finest cocksman blush. I guess the only real downside is the potential of incestual activity as the 'family' tree branches out. What a bunch of fatherless kids don't know won't hurt them, I suppose.
It would be kind of fun to walk around wondering if every child that walks past is yours. Biggest question is how does he get all his kids on the same sports teams without exposing his identity as their father? If I am fathering 100 kids you bet your ass I am keeping tabs on them as they grow up. Read a fucking book. Statistics say at least one of them is going to be a professional athlete. No way I am passing up the opportunity to be the big swinging dick that produced that Michael Phelps-esque swimmer.