I had sex with the world's most notorious sperm donor

I was so desperate for a baby I had sex with the world’s most notorious sperm donor – and it worked!

  • Alina Iakushyna, 30, a swimming coach from Ukraine, moved to US in 2015 
  • Numerous attempts to get pregnant through a sperm bank failed
  • Met notorious donor Kyle Gordy on Instagram, who claims he has 53 children 
  • Pair had sex, rather than artificial inseminations, and she gave birth this year
  • Read more: Kyle Gordy impregnates three British women during ‘donation tour’ 

A mother-of-one has shared how she chose to conceive ‘naturally’ with ‘famous’ sperm donor Kyle Gordy – after numerous attempts to get pregnant through a sperm bank.

Alina Iakushyna, 30, who is originally from Ukraine, was left feeling ‘hopeless’ – until she came across Kyle Gordy (@kylegordy1234), from LA, on Instagram. 

Kyle is known for being the world’s most notable sperm donor, fathering more than 53 children across the globe at just 31-years-old.

Feeling ‘desperate’ for a positive result, Alina decided she wanted to have sex with Kyle instead of using a cup and syringe and the match was a success, with Alina giving birth to her son, David Matthew, nine months ago on 23 February 2022.

Alina Iakushyna, 30, who is originally from Ukraine, with her son David Matthew, who was born nine months ago on 23 February 2022, thanks to sperm donor Kyle Gordy 

Kyle Gordy, from LA, is one of the world’s most notorious sperm donors and claims to have fathered more than 50 children across the globe 

Alina first moved to the US from Ukraine in 2015 after winning the Green Card Lottery, a competition that grants a ‘lifetime’ visa.

The following year, her then-partner also relocated and for months the couple tried starting a family but were sadly unsuccessful in their attempts to conceive.

Unfortunately, their relationship soon broke down.

Alina, pictured with David, was determined to become a single mother after struggling to convceive with her ex-partner 

Alina with her younger brother, mum and step dad who were bombed in Ukraine on the day she gave birth to her son in the US 

Alina enjoying a dip in the pool with David. He was conceived after she had sex with sperm donor Kyle Gordy because she wanted to give the process the best chance of working 

Longing for a baby of her own, Alina decided to go it alone and visited a local sperm bank.

However, after two failed attempts, she found Kyle on social media. 

‘I was a bit worried at first, as I wanted to get to know him better, but we talked for a long time and I really liked him,’ she said.

‘However, one of my main questions, which sealed the deal, was if my child could know about him.

‘He replied: “Of course, we can see each other” and this reassured me as a mother – so after a few more conversations, we decided to meet up in Miami.

Longing for a baby of her own, Alina decided to go it alone and visited a local sperm bank. Pictured: David in hospital after birth 

Baby David photographed by his other Alia after he was conceived thanks to a famous sperm donor’s specimen 

Ukrainian swimming coach Alina with relatives. She was able to start a family of her own thanks to sperm donation 

Alina enjoying a family day out with David. The Ukrainian native admitted she was desperate to get pregnant 

‘I was desperate for a positive result, so instead of using a cup and syringe, we chose to go down the traditional route instead.

‘At first, I was nervous, but after meeting Kyle and talking for some time, I was made to feel very comfortable and it was such a positive experience.

‘We did it again the next day and afterwards, we chatted for a few hours while propping my hips up on some pillows as that’s meant to help the process.

‘He’s such a funny guy and while I was unsure I was going to be pregnant [at the end], I felt so confident with him, as he knew exactly what he was doing.

‘It’s been enjoyable from start to finish and it’s been an absolutely joy getting to know him.’

During her previous tries through a sperm bank, Alina splashed out $3,000 for the first time and an additional $3,600 the second round in February 2021

Left: Alina at a swimming competition before she moved to the US. Right: Alina in hospital during her insemination journey. She trusted Kyle Gordy, a donor who rose to fame for fathering 53 children through donations 

The swimming coach with her son during a family day out. Alina said failed IVF attempts saw her fall into a depression 

She said: ‘I spent weeks researching the history of donors at a sperm bank.

‘[For the second round], I used the same donor and this time, I did the insemination through the clinic with the help of a doctor.

‘Unfortunately, I wasn’t pregnant and this completely shocked me because I had prayed so much for a long-awaited baby

‘I dropped my hands, cried a lot and it also hit me financially, where I fell into depression and there was no way out.

Alina sent a picture of her positive pregnancy test to Kyle after they successfully conceived her child 

David with his doting mother holding a cake adorned with an rugby ball at home. She said finding out she was pregnant was ‘the happiest day’ of her life 

Alina on a night out with her mother. Her family has remained in Ukraine and she hopes David will get to meet them soon 

Baby David enjoying a nap at home. Alina had planned to give birth in Ukraine, but had to give birth alone in the US

Alina decided to trust Kyle to have a baby the ‘traditional route,’ which led to the birth of her son David

The doting mother with her son shortly after his birth in the US. She is longing to be reunited with her Ukrainian family 

The swimming coach enjoying a dip with her son. Alina claims she got pregnant seven days after her meeting with Kyle 

‘In my heart, I didn’t give up and continued to look for ways, where a few months later, my friend told me about Kyle Gordy.

‘All of his children were beautiful and soon I wrote to him and video-called.’

Seven days after their rendezvous, Alina claims to have received a positive pregnancy test.

She said: ‘I can’t convey the feeling I felt, as I experienced new sensations in my stomach – but I kept this a secret from everyone apart from Kyle.

‘I remember how surprised he was and it was the happiest day of my life.

‘It was really a shock for me and I tried to pull myself together, despite some nerves, since I experienced the threat of a miscarriage twice.

‘I informed my relatives I was pregnant and they didn’t ask questions since they knew I was doing this alone – but I had a plan of action to fly back home and give birth.’

On 22 February 2022, Alina had one last ultrasound before being due to board a flight to Ukraine on 3 March.

But she had to cancel the trip as doctors told her the baby was on the way.

Along with her friend, Tatyana, the first-time mother recalls crying tears of happiness as she gave birth in the US.

Meanwhile, she had no idea the horrors that would follow in her home country of Ukraine.

She said: ‘I remember hugging him and crying, but I didn’t know how many tears of misfortune would follow after this.’

While she welcomed her bundle of joy into the world, her family were suffering the consequences of Putin’s war.

Soon, the new mum learned about the traumatic ordeal and now, while she tries to piece her family’s life back together, she’s grateful for Kyle and her little boy.

She added: ‘My baby is beautiful and a miracle.

‘He sleeps all night and I use this time to speak with my family.

‘I woke up after giving birth and saw my phone was empty, without any congratulations, so I asked my grandmother and in short, she said they were losing connection

‘I had mixed feelings, insanely joyful yet in so much pain, because I had a lack of understanding about how much trouble they were in.

‘I admired my baby and looked at how handsome he was, counted all his fingers and tried hugging him in order to recover a little from all the trauma.

‘It’s a terrible feeling when you know that it’s your family in danger and not knowing if they’ve survived.

‘David helped me cope with all of this, I constantly hugged and kissed him, saying everything would be fine.

‘I hope I will one day go to Ukraine with David and be with my family – but for now, I’m thankful to Kyle for making my dreams come true.’

Alina is raising money to help her family left behind in Ukraine with food, shelter, transportation, and essentials. For more information visit GoFundMe.

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