I'm a super sperm donor with 150 kids & I'm leaving my tier 4 area to impregnate women, it's an 'essential service'

SUPER sperm donor, 49-year-old Joe Donor* – who came over to the UK to offer his services in September – admitted he was continuing to impregnate women while living in tier four Essex/London borders – saying it was an 'essential service'.

Earlier this year Joe, from the USA, spoke to Fabulous and told how he travelled the world impregnating people. 

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He arrived in the UK in September and for a while travelled up and down the country from Hull to Wales to Birmingham and Kent.

But tier four hit and he is still continuing to offer his services, claiming it is an 'essential service', although he says he is no longer travelling as far.

His residence is in Essex, a tier four area, but he was yesterday helping a woman in Dover, Kent. This appears to go against travel restrictions.

When approached by Fabulous he said: "I believe this is one of the exceptions to lockdown because I believe that I am helping people who who due to advance maternal age if they can't get pregnant now they will forever miss that opportunity. 

"I am not having any raves or attending large gatherings but I am meeting people women who need to get pregnant now," he told Fabulous.

"I don't believe I am breaching lockdown because I think this falls as an exception." 

For those affected, Tier 4 is essentially a return to the full lockdown which ended in England on December 2.

It began on December 20 and was set to be reviewed on December 30, however, it was revealed that more of England will be plunged into the strictest tier as soon as Boxing Day.

The PM's key message for those in these regions was to stay at home unless it's for essential reasons.

I believe this is one of the exceptions to lockdown because I believe that I am helping people who who, due to advance maternal age, if they can't get pregnant now will forever miss that opportunity.

There have been real concerns about the new strain, which is blamed for a sudden surge in hospitalisations.

Joe, staying in west London, told the Mail he had attempted to impregnate 15 women and three were due to have children. "Helping women create the gift of life is the best present of all," he said. "I'm always ready to climb down that chimney and give women the dream baby they've always wanted.

"'I'd say about three of those women I have met I've had sex with, and two of those are pregnant. But not everyone reports back and lets me know if they're expecting.

"Since my time in the UK I have travelled to Wales, Hull, Birmingham, Portsmouth and Kent. I'm the luckiest man in the world."


Previously Joe told Fabulous how, after every encounter, he leaves with his trademark comment: “Good luck and I hope you have good news in two weeks.” 

He doesn't just use a turkey baster or syringe though – actually having sex with the women.

“It was PI,” he told Fabulous.

By that he means “partial intercourse” – sex without kissing or cuddling. 

He also has NI, natural intercourse, and AI, artificial intercourse.

“Natural intercourse is really full sex, like you might have on a first date,” Joe said. “So no bedroom gymnastics, but kissing and cuddling. Artificial intercourse is when you use a turkey baster.”

Helping women create the gift of life is the best present of all.

He added a lot of people wanted to be inseminated the old-fashioned way – but he only has STI checks once a year (although more frequently if asked). 

And he admitted he doesn’t do background checks on the people he is potentially impregnating, adding: “I think having a baby makes people more mature. I don’t do any checks on them though.” 

He says he has had sex with a lot of people, but won't say the exact number.

“It’s fewer than 200,” he laughed. “I’m not a rockstar and I’m very respectful.”

Single Joe, who uses a pseudonym, revealed he had 150 kids worldwide – although with more coming.

“It’s more than the average person but there are people who have more. There’s some sultans out there who have more,” he said.

His name is on “a few, not many” birth certificates and he “wouldn’t mind” if the children called him “daddy” but he doesn’t really see many of them often. “They have my DNA, of course,” he said. “But I leave it up to the mothers. If they want to send me pictures, great. If they block me as soon as I’ve done the deed, that’s okay too.”

Joe, who anonymously donates his sperm by concealing his real name, said he wasn’t paid for his actions but did it to help.

He set up his ‘business’ 12 years ago after realising he wanted to benefit people – but shockingly his parents don’t know “although are aware I have a few kids”.

He denied it was about ego, explaining: "I have about 150 kids worldwide but there's currently five women pregnant with my children and one already born.

“I enjoy seeing more of my children running around. 

“I don’t think there is an inordinate amount of ego associated with it.

“Some of them call me daddy, some don’t.

“I’ve met about 50 of them, I’ve seen some of them when they were born, but not since.”

He wasn’t slowed down by the pandemic, despite being stuck in Argentina – instead opting to sow his seed there.

"I feel busier than ever,” he said. "I love seeing photos of the babies when they're born as a lot of them do look like me.

"I don't financially gain from providing my sperm to women, I just enjoy helping people.

"Luckily I run a few online businesses so I'm always available and can provide sperm whenever they're ovulating."

Unfortunately, the nature of his ‘work’ has meant he hasn’t managed to maintain his own long-term relationship with his last ending in November last year.

“That was with a woman in her 20s when I was living in Australia,” he explained. “We were going out for about six months but it’s ended. When we were in the relationship I didn’t have sex with other women, but it was difficult.” 

He admitted sometimes his impregnation sessions could lead into longer relationships, but they almost always ended when people wanted something “more stable”.

“I don’t have a girlfriend in the typical sense,” he said. “But I do develop friendships and sometimes romantic relationships with the women I impregnate,” he added.

However, it is not all plain-sailing with some women lying to their men about meeting Joe, he said. 

He’s been caught out trying to impregnate women behind their partner’s back., 

He denies any wrongdoing in relation to this.

“I don’t pry into people’s personal matters,” he said. “I’m not the one cheating or lying in the relationship. It’s them."

He told of one incident where he went to impregnate a woman only to learn her husband didn’t want one. 

“So basically she had arranged an orgy because she didn’t want him to know the truth – that it was just her and me and she was planning to get pregnant,” he said.

But when the husband found out the truth he started waving a gun about – and Joe only just managed to escape. 

Joe has travelled across America, Argentina, Italy, Singapore, The Philippines and the UK donating his sperm.

He added: "I have babies all over the world and although people always worry over incestual issues but that has never happened.

"I started donating sperm in 2008 and have fathered on average 10 children per year.

"I have always said I wouldn't father more than 2500 but that would technically be impossible unless I live until the age of 250.

"I aim to donate my sperm for as long as it works which could be until I'm in my 90s."

Talking about safe sex, Joe opts to have yearly medical checks.

He adds: "I have a health check at least annually but if a woman requests more frequent testing, I will have another check on demand.

"There's always a risk as what I'm doing isn't regulated but women have checks during pregnancy too so they'd soon find out if they'd contracted a sexually transmitted disease, which has never happened."

Joe is hoping to head back to his hometown of America after his UK trip but says he's happy to travel anywhere in the world to donate his sperm.

He added: "I'm contacted by women all over the world via Facebook or email.

"I don't mind travelling as I can work wherever I need to in the world.

"I'm hoping that as lockdown eases in some parts of the world again that it'll be easier to travel more frequently."

I have a health check at least annually but if a woman requests more frequent testing, I will have another check on demand.

In the UK, donation in exchange for payment is prohibited by law.

If you donate your sperm through a fertility clinic or a sperm bank, you won’t have any responsibilities or rights towards a child conceived using your semen.

However, as of April 2005, children conceived through sperm donation do have the right to ask for certain information about their donor once they reach the age of 16.

You can find the clinic that is best for you through the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) licensed clinic.

Every year, around 2,000 children are conceived with the help of a donor.

Meanwhile, meet the 57-year-old sperm donor who believes he could have HUNDREDS of children.

And an entrepreneur opened up about how a ‘DNA test revealed her dad wasn’t her father’ and how she discovered her new family. 

We also shared how a woman turned to a White Van sperm donor to have her daughter. 

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