You were in college. You were broke. And you were fairly certain the easiest way to quick cash was by donating sperm. But now, all these years later, you can’t help but wonder: What happened to the millions of swimmers you left behind at the college-town sperm bank? Did they provide the genetic basis for hundreds of children, or were they trashed once they hit their expiration date? Does sperm even have an expiration date? And if it does, how is it disposed of? We brought these seminal questions (and many, many more) to a couple of guys who run two of the biggest sperm banks in the country.
Read their answers here.
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