A man who claims he has fathered dozens of children by offering sperm donations online says demand has risen during the coronavirus pandemic. The year-old American - who uses the name Kyle Gordy to discuss his sperm donations - claims he has produced at least 35 children and has another six babies on the way. He runs two Facebook groups for people seeking sperm donors which have attracted thousands of members, and plans to travel to the UK later this year to meet a woman who has contacted him about having a child. It comes after reports some women are turning to social media to find sperm donors amid shortages at fertility clinics in the wake of the COVID crisis. A UK charity which supports people affected by fertility issues has urged Facebook to ban unregulated groups which facilitate sperm donations via the social media site. Meanwhile, the government body which regulates fertility clinics in the UK has warned that donating sperm away from licensed clinics "can carry significant risks that can impact everyone involved".
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Young people are growing less tolerant of LGBTQ individuals, a jarring turn for a generation traditionally considered embracing and open, a survey released Monday shows. And there is a more menacing side, Ellis said. A few weeks earlier, a Detroit man was charged in a triple homicide in which two gay men and one transgender woman were deliberately targeted, police say. Of 7, reported crimes, more than 1, were based on sexual orientation or gender identity bias.