The unit phobia drives a man to have 200 children without marriage

The unit phobia drives a man to have 200 children without marriage


    He pushed the phobia of unity and the fear of being alone, a Dutch man to make an extraordinary decision to become the father of more than 200 children.

    Lewis, a thirtieth man who was a bank employee and suffers from severe loneliness without a husband or family, has become a "permanent donor" in his country's sperm banks and reproductive clinics.

    In search of the feeling of fatherhood, he decided to donate semen as soon as possible, until he succeeded his children, to know who would look for him later.

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    Lewis' donation has contributed to the birth of 200 children in the Netherlands, some of whom have searched for him after growing up.

    Lewis used the pseudonym, so as not to jeopardize his life, especially when he appeared in a documentary about the subject, sparked much debate about the IVF.

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    The idea that Lewis comes from Latin and Dutch origins has angered some of the mothers who used his donations, and has angered right-wing extremists such as the "neo-Nazis" who wanted to kill him because he "spread" the world's "colored" race.

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