Protecting a Sperm Donor's Privacy in the Digital Age

Alice Crisci writes:

Inevitably when I discuss my fertility preservation choice to freeze embryos with donor sperm, I am asked, “Did you get to see his photo?” I respond the same way every time: “Only a baby photo, and I would never want to see a current photo of my donor.”

The fertility industry, in particular the sperm banks who sell donor sperm, hold varying opinions about the ethics involved in posting current photos of sperm donors. I am vehemently against it as a practice.

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