A sperm donor who will soon have 57 children claims his dating life has been “impacted” as a result– and says most women find it hard to accept his controversial choices.
Kyle Gordy, from California, US, is a biological father to over 47 children across the globe and although he has no regrets, says it is getting more difficult to find a serious partner to start a family of his own with.
Years ago, the 30-year-old recalls his dating life being “average”, where he dated a lot but had no long-term relationships.
Now, he’s inundated with attention but says women only approach him because they want a baby.
“As soon as two years [after donating] I got more attention as that’s when I was actively donating more,” Kyle told Jam Press.
“I had a few successful pregnancies, so I started receiving messages on my Instagram from women, which I was really surprised about.
“I didn’t think so many women would be interested, as most of them had money and could easily go to any sperm bank.
“However, after hearing their reasons, most stated that they wanted the option for the child to see their biological father.
“Unfortunately, most women aren’t interested in dating me though.
“Although I’ve had a few women interested in a possible relationship, it never goes anywhere – but if a special lady comes along, I’d be happy to indulge.
“I have accepted my decision to donate sperm but I’ve realised that dating may never be the same as it once was for me.
“It is possible I could settle down and start a family of my own but it would take a very special someone to accept me for who I am.
“I think discussing my sperm donating early on in our relationship is best, as she will more likely understand the situation.”
Kyle, who is currently on a “sperm donation world tour” openly meets his children regardless of whether they’re “his” and has at least three in the UK.
He said: “[Despite the impact it has had on my dating life], I feel great having helped so many women start families and the joy I receive from doing this, is the best feeling in the world.
“I regularly receive pictures of the children, so knowing they are doing well is great.”
Kyle estimates that over 1,000 women have asked for his semen so far.
He first started donating sperm directly eight years ago, when he was 22, as he felt traditional sperm banks are “cold and clinical” and wanted to know where his semen was going.
The savvy businessman began advertising his free service on his Instagram (@kylegordy123) and soon the recommendations started rolling in.
In a UK’s first for the donor, he’s recently donated to one woman “naturally”.
Kyle added: “At first she said she was nervous but after talking for a bit, she told me how happy she was.
“We realised we had a lot in common, which I find is always great and we even discussed staying in contact.
“I think women in the United Kingdom are most interested in me, but I think this is only due to sperm banks being off-putting.”
So how does one get super sperm?
Kyle puts the success of his semen down to his healthy diet and lifestyle.
He consumes 18 different herbs and supplements a day, and claims to never consume caffeine, drink alcohol, use drugs or smoke cigarettes.
Kyle has no plans to stop being a sperm donor and encourages women who require his service to get in touch through his Instagram.