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Thousands of men have signed up to a Web site to help lesbians start a family.

Mannotincluded.com went live on Monday. Since then 5,000 sperm donors have registered with the site along with 3,000 lesbian couples who want children.

Mannotincluded.com matches lesbian couples with potential sperm donors and is due to open up for business next month.

Said mannotincluded.com founder John Gonzalez in a statement: "I have believed for a long time that same sex couples have a fundamental right to have children.

"This right has been denied through bureaucracy and prejudice for too long. It is now time to redress the balance so that lesbian couples are able to bring children into a loving, caring and happy environment."

This introduction service costs around £500. Lesbian couples will also have to fork out medical fees for using a fertility clinic. What's wrong with a turkey baster? ®

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