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Thursday, August 10, 2006

Norway Bank Bans Gay Spunk

For the first time in recorded history, a bad law has given rise to an unintended consequence that is in turn being exacerbated by the whims of a stupid person in a position of power.
A legislative change in January 2005 gave the child of a sperm donation the right to know the identity of the donor when reaching age 18. The sperm bank at Rikshospitalet, Oslo has been trying various recruitment drives to make up for the resulting reluctance but the Bank is far from its goal of finding 30-40 new donors every year, newspaper Dagsavisen reports.

Nevertheless, the Bank is unwilling to accept homosexual donors, despite the regulations not mentioning the exclusion of this group.

Laboratory chief Peter Fedorcsak is opposed to homosexual donors, and questions their psychological suitability for being donors.

"The main motivation for a donor must be a desire to help others, not, for example, donating sperm in order to spread one's own genes," Fedorcsak told Dagsavisen.
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