DIY paternity tests: 20% of men will learn they are not father of tested child

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(Jan 24, 2019 02:20 AM)confused2 Wrote: If 20% of pregnancies then (might we guess) something like 50% (or more) of ... oh no let's not go there. I loved Mrs C2 because I loved her - I married her because I trusted her, I'm pleased to say it seems to have been working out OK so far.


Should SJW patrols get irked by lack of diversity with regard to the percentage currently receiving the 20% label in terms of being deceived... Then thanks to those infamous fertility doctors who substitute their own sperm, apparently even a tiny fragment of mothers could share in the commiseration of any #PlayedToo and #PaternalDiscrepency viral movements. (That is, as something besides the "new" wife or significant other sharing/participating in on her partner's fatherly woe.)

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Still trolling/looking for some small way to spread the blame around.


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(Jan 24, 2019 04:33 PM)C C Wrote: Should SJW patrols get irked by lack of diversity with regard to the percentage currently receiving the 20% label in terms of being deceived... Then thanks to those infamous fertility doctors who substitute their own sperm, apparently even a tiny fragment of mothers could share in the commiseration of any #PlayedToo and #PaternalDiscrepency viral movements.  (That is, as something besides the "new" wife or significant other sharing/participating in on her partner's fatherly woe.)

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Ah, C C, I'm disappointed in you. #TheSperminator2  Wink

(Jan 24, 2019 02:20 AM)confused2 Wrote: If 20% of pregnancies then (might we guess) something like 50% (or more) of ... oh no let's not go there. I loved Mrs C2 because I loved her - I married her because I trusted her, I'm pleased to say it seems to have been working out OK so far.

What? You didn't tell me that there was an exemption to rule #3.

Well, the DIY kits are not legal. There’s no way to verify who the test was performed on, but you do have two years to challenge paternity even under the conclusive presumption law 7540 through a legal paternity test.

Rule #1: Never underestimate your opponent.  
Rule #2: Always keep your powder dry.
Rule #3: Trust no one.

Either way, I couldn’t walk away from a child that I loved for two years or even less.
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(Jan 24, 2019 08:34 PM)Secular Sanity Wrote:
(Jan 24, 2019 04:33 PM)C C Wrote: Should SJW patrols get irked by lack of diversity with regard to the percentage currently receiving the 20% label in terms of being deceived... Then thanks to those infamous fertility doctors who substitute their own sperm, apparently even a tiny fragment of mothers could share in the commiseration of any #PlayedToo and #PaternalDiscrepency viral movements.  (That is, as something besides the "new" wife or significant other sharing/participating in on her partner's fatherly woe.)

Ah, C C, I'm disappointed in you. #TheSperminator2  Wink


Yah, but ol' Ari Nagel is apparently a desirable donor as far as his "clients" go. Smile

Cecil Jacobson seemed too long ago to be the chief one that I was reflecting upon. But I guess he was overweight and is reputed "to be the most infamous". I distinctly remember one of his "victims" complaining that obesity was not a characteristic she had desired in her baby/child.

Having deceptively fathered up to 75 children is remarkable. Given how fat men were asserted later to have less sperm, in poorer quality. His very life and its exploits kind of thumbing his nose at such future research.

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(Jan 24, 2019 10:37 PM)C C Wrote:
(Jan 24, 2019 08:34 PM)Secular Sanity Wrote: Ah, C C, I'm disappointed in you. #TheSperminator2  Wink

Yah, but ol' Ari Nagel is apparently a desirable donor as far as his "clients" go. Cecil Jacobson seemed too long ago to be the chief one that I was reflecting upon.

Hence the 2.

Ari Nagel is a mathematics professor, who has earned the tabloid nickname, "The Sperminator."

"They’re banning my sperm," Ari Nagel said of Israel’s Ministry of Health.

Known as the Sperminator, Nagel, 42, has fathered 33 children over the past 10 years, many of them born to New York women after he ejaculated into cups in public restrooms — including at a Brooklyn Target and a Starbucks."

Egads! Do you take cream in your coffee? Uh..no, thanks! Sick  

"An exception to the Israeli law is made when the donating male signs a documents saying he will co-parent with the mother. Nagel — who’s married with three children ages 4, 7 and 14 — signed such a document with the woman, along with six other would-be moms who have also frozen his sperm in Israel."

I wonder if he’d be willing to sign one of those for American women, too. Cha-ching!  Big Grin
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