Man Who Fathered 98 Kids Offers Free Sex to Help Women Conceive

Ed Houben, who stayed a virgin until the age 34, has made up for lost time after fathering 98 children. Source: Facebook
Ed Houben, who stayed a virgin until the age 34, has made up for lost time after fathering 98 children. Source: Facebook

Ed Houben, who started out as a sperm donor, has since switched to “natural” methods of helping women conceive, fathering almost 100 children.

Ed Houben isn’t your typical father — he’s anything but.

In fact the Dutchman, 44, is known for being the most fertile man in Europe, and quite possibly, the world.

Why? Houben has fathered a whopping 98 children in the span of 12 years.

It all started in 2002 when he donated his sperm through a local fertility clinic in the Netherlands. Fast forward 12 years, where he now spreads his seed in a more traditional sense, by offering a free service to have sex with women and couples who want to have a baby.

“What motivates me is meeting new people who turn out to be great, normal people and there’s some beautiful hope of creating a new life which will be loved and look after,” he told the BBC.

Through his website, Houben connects with couples — lesbians and heterosexuals — who have problems with fertility, or who lack the necessary organs needed to make a baby.

“I’m not saying the traditional family is a bad form, absolutely not, I’m just saying if they want to keep existing … we might have to reconsider what a qualified family is,” he said.

But unlike other donors, Houben prefers to be a part of the process … in more ways than one.

“I have met many children from right after birth and I’ve been present at two births, it was fantastic,” Houben said.

“As [the] children grow up they’ll develop their own relationship with me, or not, but they’ll know where they come from. For now it’s mostly the initiative of the parents to visit me twice a year, for example.”

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SOURCE: news.com.au
Matt Young

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