Dylan Stone-Miller was only twenty years old when he was forced to deal with a significant financial fine for driving under the influence of alcohol. He was a psychology student who lived with his parents in Georgia, United States. His parents forced him to pay the expenses related to the offense committed, while he was still a minor. So He chose an unconventional path, but one that was useful to him: becoming a sperm donor.
Lack of money led him to look for this quick and effective solution, so he became a paid sperm donor at Xytex, one of the most important sperm banks in the United States. Over a period of six years, Dylan went on several occasions to donateand for each donation he earned a total of one hundred dollars.
Dylan’s curious story: he meets twenty-five of the 96 biological children he has after donating sperm for several years
According to the data offered by the media itself, more than a million Americans have been conceived in in-vitro fertilization processes. The young man, unlike other donors, authorized the company to reveal his identity to all descendants once they reached the age of majority. His story has now gone viral and has gone around the world, and it is that, After several years, she has set herself the challenge of reuniting with the 96 children she had in total.
A proposal that was not launched by Dylan himself, but by the mother of one of the girls who had been born through his sperm donation. The woman had contacted him after having tracked the young man’s social networks and having found his whereabouts. “I really hope you don’t feel violated in any way, but it’s Thanksgiving in Canada and I wanted to tell you how grateful my family is to you.”, said the woman, according to the Wall Street Journal. Dylan’s own mother also spoke on the subject, although she does not understand her son’s desire to meet all of his descendants, but she would not mind meeting them since “she is happy when she sees the photos he sends her every day.”
Until now, Dylan has managed to meet with twenty-five of them, after traveling for several months through different parts of the geography. But not all visits were gratifying, as some mothers have forbidden Dylan from identifying himself as his father.