Asked by Jessie — 30 something — Montreal, Canada This is an issue that has puzzled women for a long time. Why does the man sitting next to you glance at other women? You have all the equipment she does and he still looks. See what our panelists answered this week, and our two men panelists chime in: My grandfather at 83 looked at a woman one day when I was walking with him. I figure its normal man behavior.
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In reality, there was anything but romance on the cards. Sarah, 42, met Carl, 35, through a website called co-parents. Traditionally, sperm donor sites link single women, lesbian or infertile couples with men willing to donate samples through artificial insemination. Yet they risk STDs and other health and psychological threats by doing so. Sarah is one of these women. After dinner with Carl, she took him home for sex, with the one and only intention of conceiving a child. My child will never know him.
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Such imports of overseas sperm have spiked over the last several years, and although same-sex couples still make up the majority of buyers, lesbian couples and affluent, single career women a group NPR has deemed part of a "demographic shift" are increasingly scooping up foreign sperm. Brazilian buyers look for "Caucasian blond-haired, blue-eyed donors," per an exec with a Seattle cryobank. Most Brazilians are black or mixed race, but the ruling elite are often white; parents-to-be think whiteness will give kids a better shot at high-salary jobs and other perks. Women in Brazil also like that a lot more information comes with US donors than with resident ones: One woman who has a toddler with an American donor tells the Journal she received nearly 30 pages of background on him, while info on a local donor might consist of little more than "brown eyes, brown hair, likes hamburgers.
Zinc Alpha2 Glycoprotein in semen is also credited with "hindering tumor proliferation, and transport of nephritic by-products. There's research showing oral delivery of TGFbeta transforming growth factor beta , one of the key molecules in semen, can increase the number and activity of "natural killer" cells which are important in recognizing and killing aberrant cells that give rise to tumors. An Adelaide University researcher, Dr Sarah Robertson, a leading Australian scientist working in the fertility area, is involved in animal research showing TGFbeta activates an inflammatory response in the cervix and ovaries after intercourse, which may lead to increased activity in these killer cells, guarding against cancer. Giles's team has found men can reduce their risk of prostate cancer through regular ejaculation.