Fertility clinics and international sperm donor networks say “red heads” are in demand from people looking to undergo IVF treatment.
Monash IVF Group fertility specialist Dr Gareth Weston said “If there are any redheads out there willing to donate, we’d be happy to hear from you,” he told A Current Affair.
“We recently had a red haired sperm donor approach us at Monash IVF and his sperm was snapped up by four women within the first month.”
Currently only two per cent of donors are redheads and more & more women are wanting flame-haired children.
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“Historically red-headed donors have not been popular but we are getting requests for profiles of men with firey hair. People often select a donor because of their heritage, perhaps they have Irish or Scottish ancestry,” Carmel Carrigan of Queensland Fertility Group said.
Genetic scientists have warned that redheads are a dying breed and are likely to be extinct within 100 years.
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