By Matthew Eppinette, CBC New Media Manager
I am happy to report that three months after its release, Anonymous Father’s Day has now sold in nearly a dozen countries. I suppose this isn’t surprising given the international scope of anonymous sperm donation.
For example, in the Australian state of Victoria, a parliamentary committee has recommended that donor-conceived persons should be told the identity of their biological parent, even if the sperm donor was originally promised anonymity.
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