I knew a girl in high school who had 10 brothers and sisters and I remember thinking that was a lot.

I guess those are just rookie numbers because a man from right here in New York is getting a lot of attention after sharing that he's fathered over 70 children during an appearance on the Doctor Oz Show even though it sounds like a story that's more fitting for Maury. Imagine hearing this 77 times.

"You are the father!"

He's not always called a father though. Some have dubbed him 'The Sperminator' and I think he might need to make that name official.

My wife is pregnant and I'm terrified about having just one kid. I couldn't even imagine putting up double digits.

According to LAD Bible, Ari Nagel is on his way to father close to 100 kids at just 44 years old. He's reportedly donated his sperm to dozens of women who are trying to conceive. The article claims that he's helping.

Ari's choice to father this many children is not only turning a lot of heads but also getting some negative feedback.

I think his choices raise some legitimate questions.

Even though you're biologically a father, are you really a father? There's no feasible way he can be in all of his children's lives.

Is he doing anything wrong?

What do you think? How can you limit the number of kids someone can have?

If the kids are being taken care of then is there really an issue?

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