Forty-year-old, New York-based Ari Nagel has been getting media attention for a bizarre reason.

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The math professor employed at CUNY Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, NY reported to The New York Post that he donates sperm in an unconventional way to women that want to conceive children.

Nagel has fathered 22 children over the past 12 years with 18 women. He has donated to lesbian couples and single women who want to conceive, but has no desire to do so through sperm banks. He explained how he arrived to his decision. “This isn’t time-consuming, and I’m doing it anyway…It’s very easy for me to do.”


He explained that sometimes he gives sperm through intercourse. When it is with a lesbian couple, the partner commonly joins in bed for moral support.

“She’s never slept with a guy before, so the partner’s in bed, holding her hand,” Nagel explains. “Sometimes, it could be a little painful, then after a few times, they’re comfortable to do it on their own.”

In other events, he gives women a cup of semen and will utilize public bathrooms to get the job done.

Nagel allegedly has a high sperm count, which means that often the women conceive on the first try. “The clinic said they’ve never seen anything like it,” he revealed.

One woman spoke on why Nagel in such high demand. “He’s a lot of fun to be around, he loves people, he’s outgoing, and he’s gorgeous,” says Tiffany Harrison, 41, of New Jersey, who with her wife, Yvonne, has a toddler daughter from Nagel.

When asked to elaborate on why he chose this path he said:

“I just love seeing how happy the moms and kids are . . . That’s why I do this,” he says. “It’s the gift that keeps on giving.” Nagel grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family with six siblings, and he says he gets the benefits of being fruitful and multiplying without the hassle. “I feel like [I’m] getting all the joy, but also getting a good night’s rest.”

The professor has dealt with five child support legal suits from the first five mothers, but since then there were no further issues. He reports he wants to continue to help women on an ongoing basis.