Anonymous Sperm Donation Katrina Clark's father was an anonymous sperm donor, and she never knew him: until now. In Sunday's Washington Post, Clark argues against the anonymous donor system that, she says, protects the rights of the parents over those of the kids.
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Katrina Clark's father was an anonymous sperm donor, and she never knew him: until now.

In Sunday's Washington Post, Clark argues against the anonymous donor system that, she says, protects the rights of the parents over those of the kids.

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Katrina Clark, wrote an article in The Washington Post