A prolific sperm donor has welcomed his first UK child into the world after touring across Europe in the aim of getting women pregnant along the way.
Kyle Gordy from Los Angeles has fathered 48 babies across the globe, offering his services for free to help families struggling to conceive.
In 2021, he embarked on his first European Tour where he met some of the kids he'd fathered while also impregnating a dozen more women.
And last month the first child from his travels was born in London. The baby boy was welcomed into the world on 27 June, weighing just over 6lbs.
Kyle donated to the new mothers in October last year after he was contacted by the couple on Instagram.
Over the years, the 31-year-old's received criticism from some medical professionals who believe his methods aren’t 'medically sound'.
However, he always ensures to get regular STD tests and will also do so before donation if requested.
In the case of the UK couple, he provided his results as well as information about his family, education, interests and further details.
"I went to their place – we had an introduction and then I gave them my sperm in a little cup," he told the Mirror.
"They went into their bedroom and inserted and two weeks later, they were expecting.
"They messaged me to say they were about to give birth in a few days and once the child was born, they sent photos over and told me how much they loved the baby.
"He was born with brown hair, like me, and blue eyes like his mum."
Kyle went on to explain that a majority of the people he helps with his services are lesbian couples and single women, and as it stands there's no limit to how many kids he'll father.
"As long as women want my help, I’ll be there to provide for them," he said.
Next on Kyle’s list is New Zealand, with the prolific donor claiming that there’s a three-year waiting list for sperm banks in the country.
He went on to claim that clinics in the US are 'highly unregulated', adding: "I also have genetic testing and my semen analysed (3.5 times the average count), as well as references available from previous mothers I helped.
"You don't know how your kids will turn out [at a sperm bank] and in my case, you know what to expect as I have a whole range of kids who are healthy.
"Plus, the women actually get to meet me instead of being a number on a vial – it’s more than a bank could ever offer.
"We have a group chat with all the mums on WhatsApp who share pictures and comment on each other’s kids, so there’s no risk of incest.
"It’s part of my efforts to be proactive against any future issues, by giving the mums connection and most of this is based on trust."
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