When you think about communist countries, you might think workers toiling in the field, mass production lines, and faceless bureaucrats. What you might not have considered is that this drive for efficiency and standardization reaches into every aspect of life, including the local sperm bank.
Reportedly, the Shanghai Sperm Bank does offer white coated young ladies to assist able bodied men in the donation of their sperm. Yes, that’s true!
Donors are required to be in prime health and must volunteer to abstain from sex or self gratification for four days prior to the visit. Once there, a young lady will assist carefully collecting the sperm up to three times per visit.
Boys! You can go 4-5 times a month, and each time you will get a maximum 3 hand jobs can donate three times. Better still, they pay you RMB200 ( US$30 ) for the visit.
Very recently, In the last week, New advertisements from sperm banks in China are claiming that men can afford the latest iPhone by donating sperm.
“No need to sell a kidney, Shanghai sperm bank can make your iPhone 6S dream come true,” reads one ad from the Shanghai Sperm Bank. The bank is offering 6,000 yuan ($942) for 17 millilitres of semen from qualified college graduates who are taller than 5’5 and free of disease.
The kidney reference in the ad hearkens back to 2011, when a17-year-old boy gave his kidney in exchange for an iPad and iPhone.
The sperm bank ads have sparked both interest and controversy on social media, but apparently, they’re working. In a poll of social media users on China’s version of Twitter, Sina Weibo, about 20% disapproved of the ads, while 27% said they’d donate immediately.