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  • Alibaba wants to buy sperm in China
  • Alibaba wants to buy sperm in China
    Josh Pesavento (2010) ©

Alibaba wants to buy sperm in China

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba really does sell everything. Not only can you log on and buy anything from its vast range of electricals, clothing, industrial equipment and office supplies, but now you can even find a sperm bank to sign up to, which will happily pay for your unique donation.



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  • Article image EggBanxx: financing fertility to delay motherhood

    Egg freezing was once a procedure undertaken for medical reasons. Now, however, it's fast becoming a choice for many women in the US who want to ‘have it all’ and delay motherhood. But why are these women so keen to spend up to $10,000 to try to freeze time?