This is a serious thread, though of course humour will prevail no doubt, and besides, I am not here anyway. Since changes in the law, giving potential paternal responsibility to donors, there has been a very substantial drop off in donors in the UK. I personally don't feel that bothered about potential responsibility and am considering donation. Perhaps what I mean is that if I approve the potential mother who chooses my sperm, then I wouldn't have a problem, but if I had no choice in who used it then I might have a problem, but if a kid turns up in so many years and says "Hi, Dad", I wonder how I might feel. Does that make sense? I am interested in what people think about the personal, social and ethical issues.