And after years of donating sperm the “normal” way (sterile room, cup, cash), he and some women looking to get pregnant for free began cutting out the middlemen and getting it done as nature prefers it (sex! Today, Houben has over a hundred children—and Ed the Babymaker is in greater demand than ever.
We imagine you have some questions A little while back, a woman—an ovulating professor from Germany—arrived in Maastricht, the Netherlands, to a neighborhood just beyond the city center, on the other side of the Maas River.
My nine-year marriage has been rocky for quite some time, and my husband and I periodically talk about divorce.
A friend told me I should stick it out a while longer since there are benefits to being married ten years or longer. In some states, such as California, in a marriage of ten years or longer the court retains he right to order that alimony be paid to the lesser-earning spouse for as long as she needs it, if the other spouse has the ability to pay.
However, when expectations were left unmet, my dream of happily-ever-after was crushed by reality.
The first time Ed Houben slept with another man's wife was in Amsterdam.
It was 13 years ago, Ed was 32, feeling unattractive, convinced no woman would ever consider having sex with him again.
As everyone now knows, he wrote an internal memo challenging the company’s “diversity” program, specifically challenging the feminist project to make women and men equally successful in the IT tech world.
The memo was titled “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber.” Damore said some sensible, politically incorrect things, such as that women are naturally less suited to higher level technology jobs.