SPERMINATOR Bizarre ‘sperm extractor’ machine invented in China to ‘collect’ donations from men terrified of masturbating in a hospital setting

April 10, 2019  22:32

A COMPANY in China is knocking out mobile ‘sperm extractors’ for male donors terrified of masturbating in hospital.

The bizarre £5,000 machines are equipped with a lubricated "massage pipe" which its inventors say resembles a vagina.

The heavy duty gadget's height is adjustable, while speed, force and heat can also be pumped up and down.

"It can also simulate a vaginal environment, through massage, twitching, sucking, vibration," the proud company brags.

The Chinese government fears a severe shortage of sperm donations in the future - and embarrassment is on of the factors.

Recently, state-run media asked prospective volunteers to "show their compassion" and "help mitigate the country's ageing problem."

But many would-be donors are put off by the thought of rising to the challenge in a clinical environment.

"Hospitals mostly use masturbation as their collection method without providing a venue or equipment," inventor Ding Guijiang told Reuters.

FIVE GRAND A POP

"This makes collecting sperm on site very difficult. We invented an automatic sperm extractor which is also user friendly.

"First of all it stimulated a female organ and then replicates the physical movements of sexual intercourse by moving back-and-forth."

The Jiangsu Sanwe Medical Science and Tech Center sells around 10,000 of the machines every year at £5,000 a pop.

Many of the massage gadgets - first revealed in 2014 - are shipped to the US, Germany, Russia and France.

The Chinese appear rather imaginative when it comes to rustling up sperm donations.

In 2015, two Chinese clinics offered wannabe donors the price of an iPhone 6s for a visit.

Last year, a major sperm bank in Beijing told donors they must pledge loyalty to the ruling Communist Party.

The Third Hospital of Peking University launched the donation campaign and listed a series of requirements for the donors on its social media account.

In addition to being in good health, the hospital says donors must have “favourable political qualities”.

Source: The Sun

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