Nice Jewish boys, you’re out of luck. Apparently, Israel’s Operation Protective Edge in Gaza has ushered in not just death and destruction, but a rise in requests for sperm of men with combat experience.
At all Israeli sperm banks, women or couples can choose sperm based on the donor’s height, weight, other physical features, educational achievement and IQ. One sperm bank even lets you assess the donor’s “interests, language fluency, his parents’ countries of origin and astrological sign.” I mean, as a Cancer, I would definitely stay away from Aries or Libra jizz, right, ladies?
But the staff of a sperm bank at Rambam Medical Center, the largest hospital in northern Israel, is noticing a recent spike in the request for donors who have not just served in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) but have had combat experience, as opposed to, say, experience as desk jockeys or company clerks or the “jobnikim,” the soldiers who do something like cook, drive, clean, build, and go back home every day or every weekend. Continue reading “Israeli sperm banks see rise in demand for combat semen”