If you can find out who he is without involving those people and their records then you may do so, but you cannot involve them or their records. I saw it as a philanthropic gesture, having just seen some close friends endure the IVF process, and learning how difficult it was for them to obtain sperm due to low donor rates. It has nothing to do with the medical information of another person. Gay couples must rely on outside influences to introduce children into their relationship, which makes this discussion highly relevant I would say. That has nothing to do with the fact that a single individual has fathered how many unknown children where his unknown children are living within close proximity.
You haven't actually expressed any basis for it. How do I talk to her about this in a productive way? The health of the future children is in the hands of their putative parents. In my bedroom there just happened to be sex books and at the dinner table sex just happened to come up for discussion. The risk in third degree relatives eg.
Half-siblings among sperm donor's 48 children gather for family reunion | Daily Mail Online
Nothing sad about many people having beloved children, who once couldn't. The fact that the child is a life has nothing to do with the privacy of a separate person. In this and other reproduction situations it always seems to be men and fathers who have their rights removed or downgraded. Take Zoo animals for instance. It's a completely different story when it's women losing their freedoms, isn't it, Shaz.
It is all their fault. How you can paint it as individualism run rampant is beyond my ken. I thought it was time to suggest something which ignored everything which can be put in place to mitagate risks. Why should this be an exception? We have killed off local donors. You are referencing things which are irrelevant to the topic.