Leading the way in unvaccinated sperm donations has been Jonathan David Rinaldi, who calls himself “The Sperminator.”
After spending years on the Facebook group Sperm Donation USA as a prolific donor, Rinaldi claims he has seen a “massive increase” in demand for unvaccinated sperm.
As a result, “The Sperminator”—who claims to have “superior” unvaccinated “genetic material”—broke off from Sperm Donation USA and started his own group, which currently has over 250 members.
According to Rinaldi, most of his new clients come to him out of concern that the vaccines—which used breakthrough technology to alter the genetic code at the mRNA level—could have longterm mutagenic effects that have yet to be fully studied.
“I don’t trust big government, Big Pharma,” Rinaldi said. “I don’t trust them, and I don’t need to inject myself with things that I don’t even know what it is.”
According to the Daily Mail, Rinaldi’s experience is not unique. Online searches for “unvaccinated sperm donors” have increased, and profiles of women looking for sperm donors that list “no Covid vaccine” have also spiked.
Still, such requests have remained limited to the darker corners of the internet.
Cryos, one of the largest of America’s sperm banks, said there have been “very few clients requesting information about unvaccinated donors.”
In any case, Rinaldi also noted that he has received very few vaccines throughout his lifetime, especially when he began to grow skeptical of Big Pharma as a child.
“I’ve had no flu shots, no Covid shots, nothing since I was a baby,” he said, adding that he had a childhood friend who “was not vaccinated at all” and is now “totally fine and healthy.”
Rinaldi—who is a parent to three children, in addition to having offered his genetic material in at least 16 other cases—said that the moralizing preaching that surrounds vaccination has caused him to be increasingly skeptical.
“When I had my first child, I started reading the inserts and the ingredients. And when the school started saying my son had to have them… I really don’t like being told what to do by the government, so it made me think and do the opposite.”
“The Sperminator,” aside from his entrepreneurship, is also an aspiring politician. He announced his campaign for New York City’s City Council earlier this year, suggesting that it was his mission to fight corruption.
“As a parent, it’s my responsibility to fight for my kids,” Rinaldi said, alluding to his 18+ children that he has “fathered.”