This is true, and comes to us from The Register (UK). (I'm happy to post about this important social issue, but I'm also overjoyed that the phrase "Swedish lesbians" will bring a flood of hits to this blog.)
Sweden's fertility clinics are racking up a serious backlog of people waiting for artificial insemination, due in part to a "spike" in demand from lesbian couples for vital supplies of man juice. So bad have things got that expectant customers at Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg are now forced to wait 18 months for treatment.
To be fair, lesbians aren't the only cause of the shortage of sperm in Sweden, because Swedish law allows people to discover the identity of their biological father after they reach 18 years of age. Needless to say, this discourages some men from donating sperm. Perhaps the thought of their sperm being passed into a lesbian through a turkey baster and then being raised by two women discourages a few more. I'm just sayin'.
This reminds me that Michael Sneed, the female Chicago Sun-Times columnist with a man's name, reports that "Chicago Public Schools chief Ron Huberman and his partner, Darren DeJong, on the birth Thursday of their first child, Aiden DeJong Huberman. The dads are delighted." We're all supposed to be overjoyed, I suppose, that another child will be raised with no mother figure, no feminine influence, no mother. No word from Sneed as to whether the kid was conceived with a turkey baster.
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