“I was single and babyless. I needed a plan.”
I desperately wanted to get pregnant and I needed some free sperm with no drama, no commitment and, definitely, no sex.
At 27, Alyssa Garrison decided she was going to become a mother, with or without a romantic partner.
We hear from egg and sperm donors about the process of donating gametes to help other people build their families.
"Spermcast" has a cheeky premise. But for comedian Molly Hawkey, becoming a mother is no joke.
It would seem that the sperm banks and egg clinics who continue to spread this false information have done so only to protect their own liabilities.
It should be recognized that it's not just the donor conceived people who are becoming grandparents, it's also the donors, many of who donated back when they were in college.