Looking for a US sperm donor, or want to be a sperm donor yourself? Then you might wonder whether you should get help from a sperm bank. Yet going to a sperm bank may feel safer, both for the sperm donor and the future parent(s). There is no best way to search in the USA.

by Kiyah10 » 25 Apr 2018

Hello! My name is Kiyahnah and my husband's name is Ty. We have been together for 3 years and married for a little over a year. We are ready to start a family, but my husband is unable to have children of his own. We are looking for someone in Oregon (we live close to the Portland area) who is interested in helping us out and becoming a sperm donor. Before you contact us there are a few things we are not willing to budge on. We are not open to the idea of natural insemination (sexual intercourse). We are a married couple who just aren't interested in being with anyone else in that way (even if it is just to conceive). If this is something you don't agree with please do not bother to message us. We are also not looking for a co-parent. We would like you to sign a donor contract saying you would have no legal rights to the possible future child. Contact when the child is 18 is completely up to them and we can discuss sending updates on the child if that is something you would like. We just want to start a family and want to try our luck here before paying thousands to buy sperm! Message us if you are interested in talking further! Have a great day. :)

by lairob13 » 09 May 2018

Hi, I am interested and I would like to discuss with you further details if you are interested.

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