‘I get quite lonely around the holidays, as I have no children of my own'(Picture: Jam Press/@kylegordy1234)
Despite having technically fathered 71 children around the world, Christmas is ‘the loneliest time of the year’ for Kyle Gordy.
The prolific sperm donor, from California, US, took a break from donating while he went travelling, but is now ‘back in action’ after a number of families reached out for his services.
Kyle, 32, previously told Metro.co.uk that he uses artificial insemination around 90% of the time, but also donates through ‘natural insemination’, meaning sexual intercourse.
Kyle, who runs the website Get Pregnant Now, currently has nine more biolgicalchildren on the way in Australia, the US, and the UK — but he’ll be spending Christmas alone.
Women contact Kyle on Instagram, and he offers his services free of charge (Picture: Jam Press/@kylegordy1234)
‘I get quite lonely around the holidays, as I have no children of my own to spend this time with,’ he said.
‘It’s probably the loneliest time of the year for me. I’ll get lots of updates and Christmas pictures from the mums of my kids, so that will be nice.
‘I’m unsure if I’ll go to visit any of them, but that is a possibility if I’m nearby and they want me there.
‘My plan is to keep travelling, though, and I’ll either be spending the big day in the UK or somewhere in Europe.’
Kyle said he may visit some of his children over the holidays but is likely to spend Christmas travelling (Picture: Jam Press/@kylegordy1234)
Kyle announced his ‘retirement’ from his ‘hobby’ as a sperm donor in June this year, stating that he wanted to find love.
‘I want a relationship with someone and that’s the most important thing to me at the moment,’ he said at the time.
‘I’m going to stop donating – except for a select few – I won’t be helping so often, as I need to look at building that meaningful connection with someone who likes me, for me.
‘It’s OK for people to contact me if they’d like a relationship, but where donating is concerned, I’ll only be helping those who really want a baby.’
Kyle currently has nine children on the way (Credits: Jam Press Vid/@kylegordy1234)
However, while travelling, he has helped a few ‘deserving’ families and is now back on the donating bandwagon.
‘Initially, I was hoping to go sightseeing and visit friends,’ he said.
‘But I felt like some of the people reaching out would be really great parents, and I didn’t want to deprive them of that, so it was hard to turn them down.
‘It’s so exciting seeing my children grow up with different cultures and speaking other languages – it’s the gift that keeps giving.’
Despite the festive loneliness, Kyle said he loves helping women start families, so he doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon.
‘The joy I receive from doing this is the best feeling in the world,’ he said