World’s Largest Sperm Bank Turns Away Gingers

The Cryos International sperm bank in Denmark, which distributes to over 65 countries around the world, is no longer accepting sperm from people with the MC1R recessive variant gene.

In layman’s terms, they’re rejecting sperm from men with red hair!

The Telegraph is reporting that due to a supply and demand issue (not enough people want those sickly red sperms) the bank will put hold on red-haired submissions.

The bank’s director, Ole Schou, says of the situation:

“There are too many redheads in relation to demand, I do not think you choose a redhead, unless the partner – for example, the sterile male – has red hair, or because the lone woman has a preference for redheads. And that’s perhaps not so many.”

Less than four percent of the world population has naturally red hair…

And, according to Schou the only place the only country that actually sought out redheaded sperm donors was Ireland.

Guess all those albino daywalkers will have to make their $500 dollars elsewhere, no more whacking their ghostly Casper penises into cups.

3 thoughts on “World’s Largest Sperm Bank Turns Away Gingers

  1. Redheads are passionate and MCR1 Originals… Irish/Scots blue/grey /green eyes. Its wrong they don’t take Redheads for sperm donors that’s kind of discriminatory is it not?.. I have Blue grey green eyes
    red auburn highlights..Father was Irish descent Donegal…


  2. Look……..
    we all know no one wants to do it with a ginger, including that giant Conan O’brien. Your kidding yourself if you act different.


  3. Not a ginger myself but I’d like to see a world where gingers can put there soldiers to march without discrimination… You’re not helping any Hallie when you pick one of the lesser appealing gingers as an example


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