A man is being praised as a "modern-day Jesus" for performing one service, free of charge, for those who want it.
He is donating his "strong sperm" to help women across the country get pregnant. And he wants to make his act international.
The man reveals that he has a special recipe to keep his sperm high-quality and 100% organic.
About five years ago, L.A. native Kyle Gordy advertised on Craigslist that he was willing to donate sperm to help someone become pregnant.
Within two weeks, a woman accepted, and became pregnant via in vitro fertilization.
"I was going to apply to a sperm bank, but the whole thing just felt so cold and clinical," Kyle tells Caters News.
"My sperm is much better than what is in a sperm bank," he claims.
Kyle explains: "as it’s strong and fresh during the donation, while I also do it all for free."
He says that he asks those receiving his "donations" to cover his travel, but gives the actual sperm for free.
How does Kyle say that he keeps his sperm so healthy?
With organic food combined with 18 different herbs and supplements -- each and every day.
"I need to keep myself healthy, so I have the best sperm,” Kyle shares.
“I have no idea why a woman would want to use a sperm bank when she could just use me," he says.
"The specimens at a bank could be sitting there for years," Kyle suggests. "You don’t really know what you’re getting."
So, what's this stuff about him being Jesus-like?
"People have called me a modern-day Jesus," Kyle acknowledges. "And I have to agree with that."
As he explains, he has precisely the qualifications of a Christ-like figure.
“I’m very generous and giving," Kyle says. "And the fact that I’m Jewish while Jesus was also Jewish."
That's ... actually a pretty good point.
Though 27-year-old Kyle has fathered 18 children and has another 5 on the way, he's not interested in fatherhood.
"Kids are a huge responsibility, and I think that is too much for me to handle,” Kyle explains.
“So now," he continues. "I can have kids and help women at the same time."
He says that, more often than not, he just ends up donating fresh sperm which is then used for in vitro fertilization.
He does this for single women but also for couples.
However, he says that about 25% of the time, recipients opt for a different donation method.
Kyle Gordy even has a website where he gives people advice on how to be as fertile as possible.
"Some women don’t want to do artificial insemination as they don’t want to waste time," Kyle says.
He continues: "and they feel it will be most effective if we do it the old-fashioned way."
"They will ask if we can just have sex," Kyle claims. "And I’ll tell them I’m up for it and we exchange STD tests."
"Obviously, I’m a guy," he notes. "So it is fun to do it that way if we both like each other."