At sperm banks and online groups where women seek sperm donors, many are now specifying they are only seeking sperm that comes from unvaccinated men.
For example, on the Facebook group Sperm Donation USA, vaccination status is being increasingly mentioned among its hundreds of members. The group has been responsible for helping many women start their families, with members including everyone from single women and couples struggling to conceive to young professionals and lesbian couples. Many of the men who join the group offer their sperm for free.
Some men offering their sperm are using selling points like “unvaccinated man (sperm not modified by mRNA)” to drive the point home.
One woman who successfully conceived with an unvaccinated man’s sperm posted a picture of a positive pregnancy test with a caption that said: “One more ‘farm-raised’, ‘not Pharma-raised’ baby on its way!”
One of the group’s members, Jonathan David Rinaldi, told The Daily Mail why he believes so many women are looking for this type of sperm. He explained that after seeing such a big increase in women specifying they wanted unvaccinated donors, he began his own group that caters exclusively to unvaccinated donors and women seeking their sperm.
Known as “The Sperminator,” Rinaldi has fathered at least 16 children through sperm donation over the years. He said: “I don't trust big government, big pharma, I don't trust them, and I don't need to inject myself with things that I don't even know what it is.”
He said that although he received the typical childhood vaccinations growing up, he started looking into the issue more when he had his first child and didn’t like what he saw.
“When I had my first child, I started reading the inserts and the ingredients. And when the school started saying my son had to have them... I really don't like being told what to do by the government, so it made me think and do the opposite,” he noted.
He told the publication that ideally, the women who receive his sperm will also be unvaccinated, although he conceded that “not everybody’s educated” on the matter. He did say that one woman he had considered giving his sperm to told him that she was going to get a booster after receiving the first two jabs. He told her that he would not be willing to donate his sperm to her if she followed through.
Shortly after getting COVID-19 vaccines, numerous women have reported changes to their menstrual cycles, and gynecologists have reported higher rates of miscarriage since the vaccines were introduced.
One study found that women who received the mRNA COVID-19 jabs had a higher risk of miscarriage, fertility abnormalities and other health complications. The study, which was published in Lancet Infectious Diseases and involved nearly 200,000 women of reproductive age, found that women who received their second dose of the Moderna shot had a significantly greater risk of a serious health event.
The most frequently reported negative pregnancy outcomes among the group were stillbirth and miscarriage, followed by reduced fetal movement, abnormal fetal heart rate and vaginal bleeding.
In addition, the long-term damage caused by the vaccines on those who receive them is still not known, and how it could affect future generations will only be evident decades from now. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that safety-conscious mothers who want to give their children the best chances of a healthy life are looking for sperm from men who have not been exposed to these toxic vaccines.
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