Unlike our friends who stop refilling their birth control and get pregnant, for us "trying" does not involve regular romps. Rather, it requires countless doctors' appointments, thousands of dollars of out-of-pocket fees, and mind-numbing bureaucracy.
With women wanting the highest quality sperm possible—college educated sperm that is free of disease and physical abnormalities—the amount of labor that's involved in obtaining this pristine goo drives sperm prices sky high.
I've always wondered which researcher in a lab coat made these selections and what the thought process was behind their choice.
Sperm donation is an easy way to make money, but it'll make you feel judged, ruin your sex life and haunt you with the idea that you could have genetic offspring out there somewhere.