Here we have a virgin by the name of Trent Arsenault who has hit the headlines last December when his free sperm bank came under investigation from the US Food and Drug Administration.
The California local who claims to have the "perfect" gene pool, has announced that he is a 36-year-old virgin (wasn’t that a movie).
The revelation on CNN host Anderson Cooper's daytime show, Anderson, means that the self-confessed tech-geek, an expert in Silicon Valley, finds himself in the highly unusual position of never having had sex, but fathering 14 healthy offspring. Mr Arsenault announced: "I coined this term 'donor sexual' and I'll explain it means 100 per cent of my sexual energy is for producing sperm for childless couples to have babies. So I don't have other activity outside of that." An incredulous Mr Cooper asked:
"So you do not have sex?"
"I will probably be the 40-year-old virgin," the donor explained. "Except I'll have 15 plus kids" – a statement that drew applause from the audience, to the confusion of the host. The show saw the virgin dad meet one of his progeny for the first time as Analise, who turns two this week, walked onto the stage.
A visibly emotional Mr Arsenault said the meeting was a "a thrill". The toddler is mothered by a lesbian couple who seemed overjoyed following the donor's decision to help them conceive.