A 36-year-old California computer specialist says he has fathered 14 children -- and is still a virgin.
Trent Arsenault confirmed to CNN’s Anderson Cooper on his syndicated television show that he has never had sex. He said he “committed 100 percent of my sexual energy for producing sperm for childless couples to have babies. So I don't have other activity outside of that.”
The Food and Drug Administration, however, wants to put an end to Arsenault’s activity.
Through his own website, Arsenault connects with Bay Area couples looking to conceive. The website is extensive and lists his medical records, including a list of sexually transmitted diseases he has been tested for, his diet, sperm count, and personality traits.
The federal government is not happy he sells his sperm directly, but Arsenault believes he is helping couples start families.
"It is helping people in need," Arsenault told NBC News affiliate KNTV in San Francisco in December. "I don't make any money, I don't charge people anything. And it's just helping childless couples have children."
The FDA has challenged Arsenault in court, and the battle has raged on for over a year. Now he is awaiting a formal hearing from the FDA.
Until the hearing, Arsenault will continue to donate his sperm.
He has received 20,000 emails since 2004 requesting his service.
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