Sperm Hacks

Western men’s sperm counts have dropped 52% in the last 40 years and are continuing to fall 1.4% a year—yet fertility services chiefly target women. A burgeoning market of men looking to hack their sperm is poised to change that dialogue, offering a clutch of chic new products for sperm health and preservation.
The Legacy service bills itself as the “Swiss bank for sperm freezing,” using at-home kits. The startup Dadi aims to normalize the conversation—and sell sperm storage kits. But to thrive, this new guard of sperm services need to build awareness—and often, that awareness is still spread through women.
Fast Company

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