Sperm donor siblings dating
John's serial sperm donations occurred not in the distant past, but as late as the '90s.
(Indeed, John appears to have hit a purple patch in the year 1990, donating sperm on average once a week.) He donated not at backyard joints, but at large Sydney public hospitals, and with well-known fertility specialists.
This is because for more than 30 years there was no central register in New South Wales recording who donors were, who their children were, or even how many donor conceived babies were born.Here's what this man got up to in the 13 years to 1992: Let's call this man John.John made his sperm donations under the condition of anonymity.Clinics weren't (and still aren't) supposed to pay donors for their sperm, because it's human tissue.What they were (and are) allowed to do was reimburse sperm donors for unspecified out-of-pocket expenses, like "travel costs".