An incredibly fertile Dutchman – arguably the most fertile man in the world – is now offering to have sex with people with fertility problems and/or lack thereof – namely single women and lesbian and sterile heterosexual couples.
This prolific Dutchman fathered almost 100 children (98 children)over a mere 12 years. He clearly doesn’t intend for his generosity to stop here. He is now offering to have sex with lesbian couples as well as heterosexual couples unable to conceive.
It began back in 2002 when he donated his sperm via a local fertility clinic in the Netherlands. Unfortunately, his sperm donating days came to an end, when the Netherlands, like several other European countries,banned anonymous sperm donation. Now he’s offering more personal services for free on the internet through his website.
If you had any questions, Mr Houben addresses all within the first paragraph which reads “Why do I have this website? When I heard of people, who want to give a child a fair chance in life and a lot of love but this heart’s desire could not be fulfilled, it made me sad. One day I hope to raise children myself with a woman, who I can love for a lifetime. Maybe that will happen, maybe not. I do not know either what my future has in store for me”
So How Fertile Is He?
A semen examination, better known as a spermiogram, tells us that Ed boasts a whopping 100 million per count. To make it a little clearer how good that is - anything over 20 million means the carrier is a “good prospect.”
And with a success rate of 80 percent, Houben’s little swimmers are hot property
A Noble Guy with a Strong Conscience
Houben prefers to go the extra mile and follow up with biological spawn. He discloses that he likes having more involvement with the process beyond the obvious sex with these desperate ladies.
“I have met many children from right after birth and I’ve been present at two births, it was fantastic,” Houben said.
“As the children grow up they’ll develop their own relationship with me, or not, but they’ll know where they come from. For now it’s mostly the initiative of the parents to visit me twice a year, for example.”
“I try to keep my emotions out of it as much as possible. You have to find a balance between having these feelings of being so many times a father but also that it’s no use clamoring for that because that’s not what you promised the parents.”