Saturday, October 16, 2010
I'm not sure how else to introduce this, so here's the opening sentence from an article in The New York Post:
"A Manhattan woman is looking for a court order allowing sperm to be extracted from her dead husband."
Read it again. Go ahead. Got it? SPERM FROM HER DEAD HUSBAND. The husband, George Kamau, killed himself on October 11. His wife, Victoria Chege, wants a New Jersey sperm bank to extract semen from George's body, which has yet to be buried, so that a family friend can be inseminated with the ghost seeds and bear a child for Victoria. Imagine when the kid asks how he was conceived? "Well, honey, it all started when we invaded your father's dead body..." That's not creepy at all.