At least I have managed to get some closure.
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I come from him. Having that in your background on both sides of the family greatly increases your chances of getting it.
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If he had been more upfront with the sperm bank, things would have been totally different. Robert Graham was focused on genetics and the gene pool.
He was a philanthropist with an altruistic goal. The rest of the sperm banks out there today are in it for the money.
Have you connected with any donor siblings? As far as my personal mission, the siblings I want to talk to are the ones who are not doing so great. I want to talk with them and be able to share experiences. I could at least be an open ear and talk to them if I knew who they were.
I could try to help.
I started looking into what would actually have to happen to change the current status quo. No one else has ever submitted a petition about this. A lot of people also get sidetracked on their personal mission. How is the petition going?
It has been so hard. I want other people to provide input. What type of comments are you looking for? I want people to think for themselves and apply their critical reasoning skills. I want us to come up with the best policy that we can get.
Wherever people are at, I just want them to comment. What feedback have you received from people outside of the US?
Other people are rooting for us. They want us to work this out and get to a better place. To me, it makes a lot of sense. The period for comments closes on March 27th, He lives with his wife, the journalist Hanna Rosin, and their children in Washington, D.tegebita.tk
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