A sperm donor, who has helped bring forty-seven children into the world, recently revealed that he’s struggling to date…
Thirty-year-old Kyle Gordy has a whopping forty-seven biological children, with 10 more offspring on the way.
Despite his high profile in the world of sperm donation, his dating life is seriously lacking, and he thinks it’s because of his controversial success.
Gordy began donating his semen 8 years ago and advertising his services on his Instagram page (@kylegordy123).
He chose to steer away from sperm banks as he felt they were “cold and clinical,” and wanted to have full knowledge of when and where his sperm was being used.
Sadly, according to Gordy, women only seem to want him for his semen.
And anyone he does meet doesn’t end up staying for long. They usually hit the road when he tells them about his global brood.
Gordy said: “As soon as two years [after donating] I got more attention as that’s when I was actively donating more.
“I had a few successful pregnancies, so I started receiving messages on my Instagram from women, which I was really surprised about.”
He added: “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.”
Despite this, “most women aren’t interested in dating me though,” Gordy admitted.
According to Gordy, who began donating his sperm at the age of twenty-two, women just aren’t interested in dating him, only approaching him when they want a baby.
He added: “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 realized that dating may never be the same as it once was for me.”
Gordy has thought about settling down and hopes there’s someone out there for him. “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,” he said.
He is very open to meeting his kids, even if they’re not technically his. And if the child’s mother wants them to have a relationship, he’s more than happy to be involved.
“[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,” he said.
“I regularly receive pictures of the children, so knowing they are doing well is great,” Gordy continued.
Many people have voiced their support for him online, with one Facebook user writing: “He’s very nice and has helped a bunch of women and lgbtq+ achieve their dreams of being parents without having to pay tens and thousands of dollars. He’s great.”
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