Dating Website for íBeautiful Peopleí Aims at "Noble Cause" Designer Babies
2010-07-28 0:00


Ever worried about having an ugly baby? Fret not, a popular dating website exclusively for beautiful people has branched out to provide a fertility forum aimed at creating beautiful babies.

Criticized by some as narcissism gone mad, the project was launched in June, shortly after booted out 5,000 people who gained weight and were deemed too ugly to remain members.

Presented as a solution for parents who worry about having ugly children, the Fertility Forum is "like any charitable work," according to managing director Greg Hodge, a good-looking Brit (left).

Itís "a noble cause for those going through the difficult experience of failing to conceive," he told AFP, explaining that the site gets no payment for directing donors and recipients to professional clinics.

The forum is accessed through the website, which was founded in 2002 in Denmark and now has a presence in 190 countries, although only pretty people need apply.

Those wanting to join submit a photo for approval by their peers -- some 600,000 people pay to be part of the network that proudly styles itself as the worldís largest community of beautiful people.

"Itís completely democratic -- if you secure enough positive votes, you are accepted; if not, you are shown the door," said Hodge, who manages from Los Angeles the website launched in the United States in 2005.

In a major departure for the founders, even ugly people are allowed to subscribe to the new forum, browsing for attractive sperm and egg donors to ultimately improve the gene pool.

Beautiful members can post if they want to donate their genetically blessed sperm or eggs to an unattractive person or couple who wants a baby.

"Initially, we hesitated to widen the offering to non-beautiful people," explained founder Robert Hintze, an attractive blue-eyed Dane.

"But everyone -- including ugly people -- would like to bring good-looking children in to the world, and we canít be selfish with our attractive gene pool."

When Hodge unveiled the virtual sperm and egg bank in June, he said there was obviously a massive demand for attractive donors.

"Every parent would like their child to be blessed with many fine attributes, attractiveness being one of the most sought after. For a site with members who resemble Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Angelina Jolie, you can imagine the demand."

At an interview in a Beverly Hills cafe, where most passers-by looked like Hollywood stars, Hodge sidestepped questions about ugly people and portrayed the initiative as a worthy cause to help those with fertility problems.

"We remain impartial, weíre a vehicle of information that eventual donors and recipients can get, but without any link to any fertility clinic," he told AFP.

Egg donor Lisa Bluemel, 30, told AFP she initially joined to meet people and broaden her network, thinking that if a romance came then so much the better.

The Fertility Forum caught her attention because she had a friend who could not conceive. "I know the anguish she has gone through," she said.

Bluemel said her decision to donate eggs was nothing to do with the money and wasnít superficial or narcissistic in the slightest.

"Itís a deeply emotional decision and I have given it much thought, giving a couple the gift of a new life and helping in the creation of a loving family is perhaps the most special gift of all.

"Itís not about just seeking beautiful babies," she added. "Naturally intelligence, health is the most important, but why canít you try to secure all the best attributes? Who would not do that for their child?"

A Spanish woman, who had struggled for years to have children but is now eight months pregnant, pointed out that the principle behind Fertility Forum was nothing new.

"This has been done in clinics for some time, not with pictures but with a profile about donor characteristics: tall, blond, blue eyes, from a Nordic country," she said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Richard Paulson, a fertility expert at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California who has practiced reproductive medicine for 25 years, warned there were no guarantees of a beautiful baby.

"Making a decision about oneís future partner, whether it is a marriage partner, or partner for reproduction, on the basis of information posted on a website would be naive at best," he said.

"I do not consider these types of websites to be dangerous, or threatening, but rather, simply amusing."

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[Ed Note: The front page of the site is an interesting mix of messages. The top image (lion/woman), and the image directly above are found together and itís difficult to ignore what the less-than-subtle artists seem to be shouting at the viewer.

Symbols can be relative and mean different things to different people and cultures, but there are generally understood themes and doctrines that go with a particular image.

The serpent sliding up the leg of the woman can mean anything from guardianship to deceit and vindictiveness to poison and medicine.

Will forbidden knowledge be granted to those accepted into the world of the beautiful?

Taken with the apple (what IS it doing there?), one cannot avoid the temptation of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, as described in the Book of Genesis.

The lion suggests strength, royalty, authority, dominion, justice, and ferocity.

"In Egypt, the lion represented the ferocious heat of the sun and was seen in the likeness of Sekhmet who is the Egyptian goddess known as the Eye of Ra. She is the power that protects the good and annihilates the wicked." (Source)

(As in protect the beautiful, and annihilate the "ugly"?)

It is a solar symbol as well, and is often understood as a representation of Christ.

The pair at the the back of the image are dressed in black and white. That can mean many things, such as good versus evil, yin and yang, dark versus light, and ignorance verses knowledge.

Perhaps itís a speculation, but it cannot go unnoticed that the man with the long hair on the right has his arms extended and feet pointed down much like a crucified Christ.

Taken altogether, with the idea that this is a site that rewards and elevates physical beauty and demonstrates it in biblical proportions and themes, we need to question what exactly their goals are when it comes to the assisted breeding of their íChosen Onesí?

Are we looking at attempts to create the new man, and pick up where eugenics left off?

~E Website Bans Fat People

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