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Keep up with this story and more Like most women in search of free sperm, Beth and Nicole asked for artificial insemination, or AI.As opposed to natural insemination (code for actual sex), AI typically involves injecting fresh sperm into the vagina, or loading it into a latex cup that fits on the cervix.Many of the women want to reproduce on their own terms, while they still can.Some have had miscarriages; others are widowed; still others, divorced.Most of them are in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, where sperm banks have seen donations drop in the wake of recent laws that limit fees and, in some cases, forbid anonymity. S., where college kids can make as much as ,000 a year from sperm banks for anonymous twice-weekly donations.But sperm banks, though regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, carry risk.

They’re also willing to reveal their identities and allow any future offspring to contact them.They began with sperm banks, which have donors of almost every background, searchable by religion, ancestry, even the celebrity they most resemble.But the couple balked at the prices—at least ,000 for the sperm alone—and the fact that most donors were anonymous; they wanted their child to have the option to one day know his or her father.That need is now being met by sites like FSDR, which joins a global boom in the exchange of free, fresh sperm between strangers.At least six Yahoo Groups, three Google sites, and about a dozen fee-based websites are dedicated to the cause.