For those people who are dying to have beautiful babies but still find all the efforts frustrating, here’s a solution.
The answer comes in the in the form of a website: BeautifulPeople.com.
The BeautifulPeople.com website which is the product of Fertility Forum, has a membership of 60,000 good-looking men and women.
The objective of the BeautifulPeople.com website is matching people deemed to be good-looking enough to be members. The forum has been started for couples searching for “genetically blessed” eggs or sperm to be donated.
If you are endowed with a genetically blessed egg or sperm you can donate here. The website charges not even a single penny for directing people to professional fertility clinics for a sperm or egg donation or reception.
The Fertility Forum is “like any charitable work,” Managing director of BeautifulPeople.com Greg Hodge, was quoted as saying in AFP, “a noble cause for those going through the difficult experience of failing to conceive.”
Even though the idea was to propagate the genetically blessed eggs and sperms, the forum has opened its gates to those who are not so beautiful and at the same time cherish to have beautiful babies also, of late.
“Initially, we hesitated to widen the offering to non-beautiful people. But everyone — including ugly people — would like to bring good-looking children in to the world, and we can’t be selfish with our attractive gene pool,” stated BeautifulPeople.com founder Robert Hintze.
There is still a small rider, of course. To become a member in Fertility Forum you need to submit a photograph of yourself. The pic will be viewed by all the 60,000 members. If all the members approve your looks, you could also become one among the beautiful people.
Earlier this year the website reportedly revoked 5,000 memberships of people after deeming them unattractive because they gained weight, the AFP report said.
The forum can be accessed through the BeautifulPeople.com website, which was founded in 2002 in Denmark and now has a presence in 190 countries.