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Man With 47 Biological Kids Says Women Won’t Date Him

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Man With 47 Biological Kids Says Women Won’t Date Him

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A sperm donor, who has helped bring forty-seven children into the world, recently revealed that he’s struggling to date…

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Thirty-year-old Kyle Gordy has a whopping forty-seven biological children, with 10 more offspring on the way.

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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.

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Gordy began donating his semen 8 years ago and advertising his services on his Instagram page (@kylegordy123).

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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.

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Sadly, according to Gordy, women only seem to want him for his semen.

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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.

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Gordy said: “As soon as two years [after donating] I got more attention as that’s when I was actively donating more.

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“I had a few successful pregnancies, so I started receiving messages on my Instagram from women, which I was really surprised about.”

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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.

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“However, after hearing their reasons, most stated that they wanted the option for the child to see their biological father.”

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Despite this, “most women aren’t interested in dating me though,” Gordy admitted.

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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.

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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.

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“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.”

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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.

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“I think discussing my sperm donating early on in our relationship is best, as she will more likely understand the situation,” he said.

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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.

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“[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.

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“I regularly receive pictures of the children, so knowing they are doing well is great,” Gordy continued.

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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.”

What do you think?

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