A new comedy, Seeds, debuts in Canada next week:
Toronto-native Adam Korson plays Harry, a 30ish bachelor bartender who doesn’t quite live up to the Princeton resume he submitted to the clinic where he’s a regular sperm donor.
Turns out Harry has sired many, many offspring and a few are already old enough to look up their DNA dad. This brings about awkward encounters with anonymous moms, none too wild about Harry.
While we’re all so busy laughing about sperm donation (see The Switch, The Backup Plan, Starbuck, and more), can we take a moment to learn more about the experience of persons actually conceived this way? One place to start is with our report, My Daddy’s Name is Donor.