wheresmystache3309 karma2019-05-06 03:41:34 UTC
I hope this doesn't get overlooked, but I've been wanting to do an AMA as a sperm donor conceived 22F. My biological father's major was philosophy and I almost had a heart attack seeing the words "philosophy" jump out from the page on the donor info.
Our pages look very similar(my father's birth year is 1971 as well.. ) but alas, we're not siblings. The bank my mother used was Zygen Laboratory of California, though I'm from Florida. Was this yours as well?
I'm waiting to do a 23 and me when I make something of myself after I graduate college. I know from donor sibling registry, I have at least a few half-siblings.
I just wanted to say thank you for sharing, and I know we may have had the same struggles growing up we've become proud of :)
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wheresmystache361 karma2019-05-06 03:48:16 UTC
Linguistic misunderstanding here: "CCB" is an acronym for California CyroBank.
"Live-births" are reported offspring from the donor.
wheresmystache336 karma2019-05-06 04:46:56 UTC
This really warmed my heart!! Thank you for your replies! I find it so fascinating our biological fathers shared a philosophy area of study. It makes me think they considered all the ethics involved and decided it was ultimately a utilitarian endeavor to donate.
I saw on donor sibling registry my father's profile was updated: he was Christian and became agnostic, which is interesting.
I hope to come to terms with accepting I'm not 100% established in my life yet, and I really want to make him proud, because I give him credit for how I turned out. I actually can argue both sides of the nature vs. nurture debate now! Another factor of holding out on a 23 and me is I would be incredibly sad if we began talking and were unable to meet due to finaces, school, work, etc.. He possibly lives in Los Angeles, California where he attended college to my knowledge, and I'm located in Florida.
wheresmystache33 karma2020-01-09 02:10:29 UTC
What's wrong with this?
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Approaching girls is fucking hard, and there's a science to it. For some guys, they have an amazing personality and are too shy to approach a girl and just freeze, some guys say "you're beautiful" and expect to get laid afterward, some guys don't quite make the leap and find the right moment to escalate kino(for example: kiss or wrapping your arms around her after hours of time spent together when the situation calls for it), and some guys just don't know where to begin and have been sheltered their whole lives for various reasons. Many of these guys didn't have a male role model or a father figure growing up. Many of these dudes didn't fit in and were called "losers" in highschool because all they did was play D&D. If they're reading these books, they want to make a positive change and have probably started going out, exercising more, and are eating healthier, dropping bad habits and getting into a socially-savvy sense of fashion chicks(generally)dig. They've thrown out the hot pockets, ditched the Cheeto-stained World of WarCraft tee, and started somewhere.
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I'm unsure if you realize this, but those who are in the park are trying to improve themselves. They are NOT out to rape or physically attack girls. If you were a vigilante preventing physical violence and rapes happening in the park, I would applaud you, sir; however, it seems as if you are motivated by jealousy due what these men are attaining?
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I encourage you to pick up a few of these books, because you would probably be pleasantly surprised to read opposing views in order to understand where they are coming from and see that other people aren't what they may seem. I understand we all judge others; it's essentially the Achilles' heel of humans. There are so many topics I had cut myself off from and was glad I opened up to. There is definitely knowledge in these kinds of books for both men and women, and I'm here for any questions.
And keep writing, my friend.
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