December 4, 2022

New doco explores pain of children of anonymous sperm donors

A new documentary presents first person stories of anonymous sperm donors. Anonymous Father’s Day features the reflections of now adult children fathered anonymously. They share the pain, longing and uncertainties created by the secrecy of their conceptions. The producers have taken a rather negative view of the IVF industry.

 

A new documentary presents first person stories of anonymous sperm donors. Anonymous Father’s Day features the reflections of now adult children fathered anonymously. They share the pain, longing and uncertainties created by the secrecy of their conceptions.  The producers have taken a rather negative view of the IVF industry:

“Each has a real, biological father kept secret from them by an industry fixated on profits and product.  It is an industry unconcerned for the emotional, medical and physical needs of the children whose conception it sells through the resale of sperm acquired from anonymous men.”

You can view the documentary at a new site for independent and documentary films, www.prescreen.com.

Michael Cook
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