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Yet an increasing number of desperate would-be mothers are falling victim to a dark new threat in the troubling world of unregulated child conception – so-called ‘natural insemination’ demanded by unscrupulous sperm donors.

Unregulated sperm donation websites claim to provide a legitimate, much-needed service, introducing couples and single women to sources of semen, meeting a demand that licensed clinics, which have a shortage of donors, cannot fulfil.

‘Chris’, a prolific veteran who said his semen had led to more than 100 successful pregnancies over 20 years – most via unlicensed websites – agreed to speak on condition of anonymity.

He said he charged nothing other than his travel expenses, though sometimes recipients provided a ‘small gift’.

However, the unlicensed sites impose no requirement for donors to reveal their true identities, and almost all use false names. Others demanded ‘AI plus’ – a sperm sample in a pot produced by sexual contact.

Pollen Tree does ask prospective donors to give an undertaking they are free of sexually transmitted and inheritable diseases, but as its owner, former lawyer Patrick Harrison, told this newspaper, it has no way of enforcing this. Now I think all he ever wanted was to have sex with me.’Sarah finally met Smith in December 2014. In 2012, married neuroscientist Gennadij Revaich – who claimed to have fathered 58 children – was convicted of two charges of sexual assault arising from his secret life as a sperm donor, and given a suspended jail sentence. Mc Quoid said she liaised with 160 men, of whom 24 stated from the outset that they would only provide sperm with sexual contact.

Insemination takes place on the premises under medical supervision. We never went on a date anywhere, though once, after we had sex in his car, he took me to Mc Donald’s.’Mc Quoid spent much of last year undercover on the internet, talking to men and women she met online. Many women related stories of coercion: of finding themselves alone with men who had said they were happy to donate sperm for artificial insemination (AI) but then demanded natural insemination (NI).After several weeks of contact on the internet, Smith demanded naked pictures of Sarah. But once she met them, 15 requested immediate payment of sums between £50 and £275 per sample, which is illegal. Almost all the others wanted varying sexual contact.What, other than the obvious, motivates unlicensed sperm donors?And it was through Pollen Tree that Sarah, then 19, found herself in contact with a man calling himself ‘Peter Smith’, who, among other things, made the bizarre claim that he had been to ‘spy school’ and was a highly trained secret agent.‘So when he said we had to have sex naturally for me to get pregnant, I believed him. It’s only now that I can see that because I was willing to do almost anything to have a child, he took advantage of me.’Sarah is now 21, but she looks much younger and it takes only minutes in her company to realise she is unusually naïve – a classic symptom of the condition she was diagnosed with in childhood, Asperger syndrome, a form of autism. Another 27 said initially they were happy to agree to AI, but changed their minds while Mc Quoid was still conversing with them online, saying they wanted sexual contact after all.It makes Smith’s behaviour all the more despicable. Mc Quoid said she met a further 79 men face-to-face who had insisted they were prepared to do AI, and to do so without being paid.

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