Man Went All over The Planet Impregnating Ladies, Plans To Father 2,500 Kids

A man who wants to have 2,500 kids travels the world and has unprotected sex with a lot of women to get pregnant.

A man from the United States has been traveling the world and getting women pregnant with the intention of fathering 2,500 women.

He has been doing this since 2008 under the name “Joe Donor,” and he has already fathered more than 160 children. He has already been to Argentina, Singapore, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Italy.

He offers a variety of methods for getting pregnant to women who contact him on social media.

Instead of asking for a fee in return, he requests that the recipients pay for his expenses.

In an interview with 60 Minutes Australia in 2019, he was asked if there were “too many little Joes” and responded:

“No, I did the math, and I would have a limit of maybe 2,500 in the United States. And I’m far from that. Thus, there is no issue.”

I get around 10 a year on average. I don’t think I’ll live that long, though I hope so.

Joe’s actions were criticized by Stephen Paige, a lawyer who specializes in family and fertility issues: He is acting like God, and he shouldn’t be acting like God toward desperate women and their children. I simply believe he is irrational and dangerous, and these women ought not to be anywhere near him.

Liz Hayes, a reporter for 60 Minutes, looked into the American’s moral behavior after she said that he didn’t seem to care about the women he was giving sperm to.

He believed that the greater risk was “a woman will die a spinster without a child.”

Additionally, the research revealed that “Joe” transfers sperm privately, allowing him to avoid medical examinations.

On his Facebook page, Joe gives the following description of his current location: Top sperm donor with blond blue eyes and more than 160 births. I can assist with a baby anywhere in the UK; send me a message right now.”

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