That's exactly how I feel. I wouldn't want to deal with being the biological mother and what that would entail. It's very likely that most children that are from a sperm or egg donor are interested in pursuing their biological parent. It's just not something I would want to have knocking on my door in however many years it takes them to find me.Would you sell your eggs or sperm?
Absolutely not. Egg donation is a complicated, lengthy and sometimes painful process. The money's nowhere near good enough to compensate for the inconvenience. More importantly though, the absolute last thing I would want is for someone to show up on my doorstep in 18 years looking for "bio-mom" - definitely not something I would want to deal with.
Not remotely attached to my sperm. I could not care less what anyone does with it after it has left my body, as long as I do not have to pay for or take responsibility for it. I am quite averse to responsibility.Why are you attached to it?
If I could find a buyer, certainly, as quickly as I can manufacture the little bastards. It pains me to think of all the money I have let slip through my fingers over the years.Would you sell your eggs or sperm?
If such a thing were possible, no. Too much headache, not enough return. I might do it if the money were right, and there were absolutely no chance of my being contacted in the future.Would you be a surrogate mother?
I'm not attached to my eggs. I've never understood the need or desire to pass down genetic material. There are enough people destroying the planet without my kids' contribution.Eggs/sperm/fetus.
Why are you attached to it?
I would not sell my eggs because the process is highly invasive and would require hormone treatment, which I'm not okay with. I wouldn't be a surrogate mother because it would be risking my own health and destroying my own body for something I don't even really support in the first place.Would you sell your eggs or sperm?
Would you be a surrogate mother?