"I wish I had left everything alone", states one daughter of a sperm donor. "Dad was Bad! No, but he sure wasn't much to look at."
Margaret is just one of hundreds of Sperm-Donor babies that now want to find out who donated the sperm.
"It wasn't just curiosity", she told the Press. "I needed to know who my 'father' was in case I came down with a disease or something and needed some information about my ancestry on my dad's side of the family. Mom doesn't want to know anything about the donor."
Helen Bletcher repeated Margaret's message at the conference.
"You really need to know these things. Every donor should have to list anything in their family that could help their donor-child and our own children."
Back to Margaret, "I found out who 'dad' was and finally found him. He was a pimply geek in early college and he's a fully mature geek at this point. But maybe I'll take after his parents or someone else in the family."
"This guy, dear old dad, probably donated all the time just so he could look at the magazines. I wonder how many brothers and sisters I have?"
"Well, back to the Sperm Bank!"