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Is a family about genetics, or a shared connection? Does shared blood bind people together no matter what?  (Courtesy of Brooklynn Rydman)

Daley Dunham was a junior in college at UC Berkeley when he decided to donate sperm. He likened it to donating blood — an opportunity to do something good for a person in need.

Except when you donate blood, you don’t get a tidal wave of children crashing into your life twenty years later.

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