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The Bobster
06-12-2016, 03:38 PM

Professor who donates sperm in city bathrooms has sired 22 kids
By Doree Lewak
June 12, 2016 | 5:42am

Brooklyn math professor Ari Nagel
Photo: Tamara Beckwith

On a busy night last week at the Target on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, Ari Nagel, 40, jerked off and emerged from the men’s bathroom looking a little flushed and quite pleased with himself.

“It’s better when it’s fresh,” he told them.

“It” is Nagel’s semen, and it’s in demand from sheboons seeking a welfare check. The 6-foot-2 CUNY Kingsborough math professor has served as a sperm donor for dozens of locals, siring 22 kids over the past 12 years with 18 women of various backgrounds.

For lesbian couples and single ladies looking to have a baby without the expense of going through a sperm bank (which can run in the thousands of dollars), he’s the No. 1 dad.

“This isn’t time-consuming, and I’m doing it anyway :rolleyes:,” he says of his hand-on hobby. “It’s very easy for me to do.”

His oldest child, now 12, was conceived with a woman he was in a committed relationship with, but all of his offspring since, he says, have resulted from his donations.

About half the time, he provides his seed the old-fashioned way. Sometimes, a lesbian looking to conceive will have her partner in the bed for moral support while she and Nagel engage in intercourse.

“She’s never slept with a guy before, so the partner’s in bed, holding her hand,” Nagel explains. “Sometimes, it could be a little painful, then after a few times, they’re comfortable to do it on their own.”

Other times, he supplies his goods in a cup, which he prefers.


“I’m not doing it for easy action,” Nagel says. “Isn’t that what Tinder is for?”

He often uses public bathrooms, like those at Target and at Starbucks shops, to procure his samples and hand them off to ovulating women.

“You don’t want to do it in one where people are knocking,” he notes.

He will also offer his services in his home near Downtown Brooklyn, but mama wannabes are often more comfortable meeting in public.

Once a location is chosen, Nagel will go into the bathroom, pleasure himself while watching porn on his iPhone — “You can’t connect to Target Wi-Fi if you’re connecting to a porn site, so I use my cell service,” he says — and ejaculate into an Instead Softcup, a type of menstrual cup.

He then delivers the specimen to the woman, who goes into the ladies’ restroom and inserts it into her monkey-maker.

“I can keep it in for 12 hours,” says Dege, a 40-year-old lesbian from The Bronx who was one of the women meeting Nagel at the Target last week.

Dege, who declined to give her last name, had tried a few times before using Nagel’s sperm, but hadn’t yet conceived.

A demon seed-filled cervical cup can be worn internally for up to 12 hours.
Photo: Annie Wermiel

This time might do the trick. The prolific professor is often successful, which he attributes to a high sperm count: 85 million per milliliter.

“It’s off the charts,” he boasts. “The clinic said they’ve never seen anything like it.”

(The Mayo Clinic says normal sperm density ranges from 15 million to greater than 200 million sperm per milliliter.)

Nagel made his first foray into professional baby-making eight years ago with a friend — a single, straight Jewish woman in her late 30s and living on the Upper West Side.

“I actually tried to fix her up. I had a friend who I thought would be a better match as a sperm donor,” he says. “He got cold feet at the last minute.”

So Nagel went with the woman to the fertility clinic.

Then he helped out two lesbians seeking a donor on Craigslist. Other women have heard about him through friends and Known Donor Registry, a free Web site for those looking for sperm donors.

Women who have used Nagel’s services — which he provides for free :rolleyes: — say his good looks, personality and high sperm count are a draw.

“He’s a lot of fun to be around, he loves people, he’s outgoing, and he’s gorgeous,” says Tiffany Harrison, 41, of New Jersey, who with her wife, Yvonne, has a toddler daughter, Zoe, sired by Nagel.

As for his own motivations, the big daddy insists he just likes spreading his seed.

“I just love seeing how happy the moms and kids are . . . That’s why I do this,” he says. “It’s the gift that keeps on giving.”

And Nagel, who grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family with six siblings, says he gets the benefits of having a large brood without the hassle.

“I feel like [I’m] getting all the joy, but also getting a good night’s rest,” he says.

Nagel has a Facebook album of photos of his kids and regularly baby-sits and attends birthday parties and graduations. He has even been present for a handful of deliveries.

“Single women prefer me to their mom,” he claims.

Nagel says his name appears on the birth certificate for just under half of his offspring. Some take his surname, and there’s even an Ari Jr. and two Arias. A few families have used him multiple times.

“A lot of them want another sibling for the [first] child,” he says.

Nagel with client Kanisha Butler and Aarore, the daughter he helped conceive.
Photo: Kanisha Butler

And Nagel’s seed-sowing isn’t a drain on his love life. He doesn’t make a point of mentioning it on dates, but when it comes up, ladies typically don’t mind.

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Nagel with satisfied customer Shaniece Cromer of The Bronx and her 11-month-old daughter, Taraj.
Photo: Shaniece Cromer

“Never underestimate the desperation of a single woman on the Upper West Side,” he says.

But it’s not all sunshine and babies.

The first five women he worked with successfully sued him for child support, and nearly half of his paycheck is garnished for his offspring.

“I don’t know what’s more surprising: that five sued or that 17 didn’t,” Nagel says. “They were all well aware there was no financial obligation on my part. They all promise in advance they won’t sue.”

Crystal, a Connecticut woman who has two sons, 6 and 7, by Nagel, says she wasn’t aware of any such arrangement.

The 45-year-old mom, who took Nagel to court for child support, says that she was expecting to co-parent with him and that she didn’t know of his plans to father an entire baseball team.

“My kids got left in the dust,” says the woman, who conceived both boys through intercourse. “You can’t co-parent with 20-something kids.”

(The other four who sued could not be reached or had no comment.)

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Tiffany Harrison of New Jersey holds her daughter Zoe — sired by Nagel — joined by wife, Yvonne.
Photo: Stephen Yang

The big daddy says that the angry moms are just hungry for money and that there was no misunderstanding.

“I think they went in with the intention to sue,” he claims.

Still, he hasn’t bothered taking preventative legal measures, because such agreements are rarely binding.

Less-contentious baby-mama drama can begin well before a kid is born.

“Two women can be surging [highly fertile] the same day,” he says. “I have to make a decision. Do I go with the 45-year-old because she’s running out of time and every month makes a difference? Or do I go with the 30-year-old who says, ‘Am I chopped liver?’ ”

And it continues as the kids grow.

“Some of the mothers, they have attitudes,” says Shaniece Cromer, a Bronx single mom to an 11-month-old girl, Taraji, whom she conceived with Nagel via in-vitro fertilization. “The jealous moms feel like their kids don’t get enough time with him.”

Nagel’s progeny isn’t limited to the tri-state area. He has orange, corkscrew-haired monstrosities in Florida, Illinois, Virginia, Connecticut and Israel. Some he sees once a week, some he sees once a year, some he’s never met.

Despite the court cases and child-support payments, Nagel says he has no regrets. He’s open to more kids and says he’s in talks with several women looking to conceive, although he admits he’s getting a bit old for the job.

“Financially, it’s bankrupted me, but I’m still very happy with the way things turned out,” he says. “I got 22 million in the bank — in my kids.”

Ari Nagel with one of the children he sired, Zoe Harrison.

The Bobster
06-19-2016, 09:51 AM

Sperm donor who sired 22 kids has a sheboon wife — and she’s not happy
By Doree Lewak
June 19, 2016 | 2:42am

Ari and Roxanne Nagel
Photo: Tamara Beckwith ; Angel Chevrestt

She’s got him by the balls of sire.

This Father’s Day, there is one mom who is not very happy with super sperm donor Ari Nagel — his newly revealed wife and mother of his three kids, who’s enraged over revelations in last Sunday’s Post that the CUNY math professor has sired 22 kids with 18 women.

And number 23 is on the way, after Nagel recently impregnated another single mom. :mad:

After the story hit newsstands, a reader tipped off The Post to the fact that Nagel — who admitted to exchanging his sperm with women in public restrooms — is no swinging bachelor.

His wife of a decade, Roxanne, is “devastated” by the news and “had no idea this was happening,” the tipster said.

Nagel now confesses that he is indeed married, adding that his wife is “livid,” and “she’s been yelling at me a lot.” But he maintains that their relationship hasn’t been romantic in years.

Outside the family’s apartment building Friday, Roxanne told The Post: “I have nothing to say. What’s done is done.”

Nagel insists that Roxanne was aware of his procreating pastime.

“Of course she knew what was going on,” Nagel tells The Post, conceding that their union is “complicated.” The tricky part? “She didn’t support it. She always wanted me to be a regular, traditional spouse.”

The two were in a committed relationship when their son was born in 2004, and they married about a year after his birth. But at some point it became a marriage of convenience, Nagel says, adding that he and his wife “sleep in separate bedrooms.”

He helps raise their 12-year-old son and two daughters, 2 and 5 — the latter two, Nagel suggests were born after his and Roxanne’s relationship petered out. “When she saw me donating to all these women, she asked, ‘Why are they worthy and I’m not?’

“She was never happy about all these other kids, but she tolerated it,” Nagel, 40, adds.

Unfortunately for Roxanne, things may get worse: Nagel’s inbox has been flooded with appeals from women — he says numbering in the “triple digits” — desperate for his winning sperm. He’s heard from women “all over the world, places I never heard of. Almost all of them want to have a baby, but some want to hook up.”

Nagel is vetting all the new wannabe mamas.