Do you require proof of education? Yes, potential donors must supply proof of education. Do I have to live in the United States to donate? Yes, potential donors must be located near one of our locations in the United States. Am I allowed to donate with a student visa?
Sex sells: How masculinity is used as currency to buy sperm donors' time
Considering Becoming a Sperm Donor? | Donor Program | IVF Australia
Sperm banks in the United Kingdom and Australia use images and phrases associated with masculinity to attract donors because laws prohibit them from paying for sperm. Research co-authored by Cass Business School academic Dr. Laetitia Mimoun has analysed marketing strategies used by sperm banks in the United Kingdom and Australia and found they rely on masculine archetypes to create value for a commodity they cannot legally buy. Globally, the sperm donation industry is valued at more than 3. Sperm banks in the UK and Australia are disadvantaged within this industry as they are unable to pay donors or provide them with anonymity, they are subject to limitations on the number of donations any one male can provide and the import and export of sperm is highly regulated.
Our sperm donors
Making a sperm donation is one of the most generous things a man can do, as it gives others the chance to have a baby. We currently have a shortage of sperm donors in Australia, so we thank you for considering becoming a sperm donor and helping create a family. The reasons for people needing to access donor sperm are varied, and include heterosexual couples having difficulty conceiving because of male reproductive issues, single women who want to have a child, and women in same sex relationships keen to start a family. IVFAustralia has a dedicated and experienced donor team who provide guidance and support for donors and recipients throughout the process. The privacy of all donors is protected until the child is aged 18, however, once a child is born from a sperm donation we are required to provide identifying details of the donor to the NSW Health Central Register.
European Sperm Bank donors are regular, healthy young men between the ages of 18 and 40 who are lucky enough to have good genes. As a sperm bank, we're focused on finding the right sperm donors and offering a wide selection that represents the diversity in our society. Our sperm donors are handpicked from all walks of life. Some are university students, whilst others are talented craftsmen and others still are focusing on their professional careers. Some already have families and children of their own.