"White Knight" Joe donor on world tour to impregnate thousands of women with his "super sperm"
The 47-year-old Joe Donor told '60 Minutes' he has traveled to Australia in a bid to impregnate more women and boost his numbers
A sperm donor who aims to impregnate thousands of women is traveling the world to accomplish his goals.
According to the man, known only as Joe Donor, he has already fathered over a hundred babies. Now, he has visited Australia to try his luck with women and boost these numbers even further, Daily Star reports.
The American citizen, who promotes his unconventional services on Facebook, elaborated on his plans during an appearance on an Aussie talk show.
Joe promises to bed women who desire to get pregnant. Despite the bizarre pitch, the self-confessed "white knight" claims over "half of his clients" opt for such an arrangement. What's more? if clients choose this method, they are not required to pay a fee.
However, if they aren't keen on engaging in sexual intercourse with their sperm donor, they are free to purchase vials of the 47-year-old's "super sperm" for £100 ($130) a pop.
Joe opened up about his sex life during a recent episode of '60 Minutes' on Australian television. "I'm basically only having sex to get women pregnant. I'm not chasing rainbows or fantasies… I'm helping women achieve their dreams," he said, adding that a "woman will die a spinster without a child".
While Joe is confident he's offering a public service in good faith, he has quite a few critics. The American citizen has managed to bypass medical checks as he's not bound by contract with the women he beds, and several concerns have been raised about the amount of unprotected intercourse he plans on having in the near future.
While some of his prospective clients may worry about the same, the sperm donor thinks it's not a big deal. "Some people they want to do a background check or a drug test. And I’m like you know you’re not giving me the keys to the nuclear missiles, we’re just making a baby," he explained.
However, legal experts online do not agree with Joe Donor.
Lawyer Stephen Page wrote, "He shouldn’t be playing the role of God towards desperate women and their kids… I just think he’s mad and dangerous, and these women shouldn’t be going anywhere near him."
Addressing Joe directly, he added, "Mate, just give it a break. Stop doing it – you’re not God. You’re screwing up these women’s lives, and you’re potentially screwing up the lives of all the kids that you’ve created."