Do It Yourself Insemination

Ladies! Is your biological clock ticking away but there's no man in your life? Have no fear, the do it yourself insemination kit is here! But what is it and where does it come from? Well, back in 2005, Britian changed a law that affects the anonymity of sperm donors and has since seen a huge drop in the amount of sperm being donated. This has lead to women seeking fertility treatments abroad, and in a growing number of cases, buying do it yourself insemination kits from the internet. Yes, that means you can buy an unknown man's sperm online and use it to inseminate yourself in the comfort of your own home. The kit (shown) contains a sterile semen container, lubricant, a plastic speculum, disposable gloves and sterile pasteur pipettes. You can read more about the process here and order the kit. (Bonus! You can also order a vibrator for men.) Frankly, I would think you'd have to be extremely flexible to do this by yourself.
     Posted By: Nethie - Sun Jan 24, 2010
     Category: Family | Science | Sexuality | Body Fluids

I think the brief list of optional items you can get with the kit is the best part - a Cervical cap, a Torch, a Mirror... a torch?? Just leads right into that joke about the guy who was trying to walk out of a woman's vagina, stumbles across another guy who says "walk out? if you help me find my keys, we can drive out." (and yes, I know in some parts of the world a torch is a flashlight, but in my area it's a big burning stick, usually found in the hands of men wearing hooded, white robes)
Posted by Nethie on 01/24/10 at 10:29 PM
No words really... wow... just... wow
Posted by Dustin on 01/25/10 at 12:14 AM
do they give you a genetic profile of 'daddy' or are you just flying blind? when the baby is born SUPRISE! i think you are right nethie, it would be hard to do by yourself. hopefully these women at least have a friend to help, because they obviously don't boyfriends. maybe the torch is to defrost the sperm. wouldn't it be easier to just push the spermcicle up there and let it melt? i just can't see cutting out the fun step! 😉
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 01/25/10 at 02:01 AM
In the interest of science, I googled how to buy sperm online for these kits. Most of it is sold by reputable sperm banks and fertility clinics, which screen everything. how boring. I was looking for that one website from the lonely 40 year old guy who still lives in his mother's basement and is trying to make extra cash to pay for the latest game console.
Posted by Nethie on 01/26/10 at 06:10 AM
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