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Perhaps inevitably, the World Wide Web now has a role in that most human of accomplishments; procreation. Sperm donor websites are becoming increasingly popular in the UK with many people now searching for a sperm donor or co-parent online.
We're really excited to have been nominated for this years 'Out in the City Readers awards'.
Pride Angel has been short listed within the category of 'Gay family initiative of the year'
The shortlisted nominations include:
- Pride Angel
- British Surrogacy Centre
- New Family Social
- Kite Children’s services
- A City Law Film
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Simply log back into Pride Angel or Register if you’re not a member during the Christmas period:
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In his new autobiography, the former mayor of London reveals that he helped two friends get pregnant. John Walsh imagines his donation credentials
Recent articles in the news have highlighted the downsides of using unregulated sperm donor websites, portraying them as placing vulnerable women at risk. Is this really the case or is sperm donation online providing a much needed service, which is not being met by fertility clinics alone? Often highlighted are the occasions when male donors try to abuse the system by requesting payments or offering natural insemination (in other words sex) as the best method of conception.