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I have a female coworkerco-worker (superiorshe's technically my superior but in another department.).

We've worked together for about 4.5 years and have been become pretty good friends, we'll always chat in the kitchen at work and occasionally see each other outside of work for drinks or whatnot.

Recently she confided in me that her husband was sterile and asked if I would be willing to make a sperm donation so that she can have a child as she really"really values my intelligenceintelligence" (her words not mine).

I think I'm simply not comfortable having a child out there whose life I have no part in (especially one being raised by someone so close by). I asked for some time to think about it but I'm sure she is expecting an answer soon.

How can I turn her down in a way that won't hurt our friendship?

I have a female coworker (superior technically but in another department.)

We've worked together for about 4.5 years and have been become pretty good friends, we'll always chat in the kitchen at work and occasionally see each other outside of work for drinks or whatnot.

Recently she confided in me that her husband was sterile and asked if I would be willing to make a sperm donation so that she can have a child as she really values my intelligence (her words not mine).

I think I'm simply not comfortable having a child out there whose life I have no part in (especially one being raised by someone so close by). I asked for some time to think about it but I'm sure she is expecting an answer soon.

How can I turn her down in a way that won't hurt our friendship?

I have a female co-worker (she's technically my superior but in another department).

We've worked together for about 4.5 years and have been become pretty good friends, we'll always chat in the kitchen at work and occasionally see each other outside of work for drinks or whatnot.

Recently she confided in me that her husband was sterile and asked if I would be willing to make a sperm donation so that she can have a child as she "really values my intelligence" (her words not mine).

I think I'm simply not comfortable having a child out there whose life I have no part in (especially one being raised by someone so close by). I asked for some time to think about it but I'm sure she is expecting an answer soon.

How can I turn her down in a way that won't hurt our friendship?

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I have a female coworker (superior technically but in another department.)

We've worked together for about 4.5 years and have been become pretty good friends, we'll always chat in the kitchen at work and occasionally see each other outside of work for drinks or whatnot.

Recently she confided in me that her husband was sterile and asked if I would be willing to make a sperm donation so that she can have a child as she really values my intelligence  (her words not mine).

I think I'm simply not comfortable having a child out there whose life I have no part in (especially one being raised by someone so close by). I asked for some time to think about it but I'm sure she is expecting an answer soon.

How can I turn her down in a way that won't hurt our friendship?,

I have a female coworker (superior technically but in another department.)

We've worked together for about 4.5 years and have been become pretty good friends, we'll always chat in the kitchen at work and occasionally see each other outside of work for drinks or whatnot.

Recently she confided in me that her husband was sterile and asked if I would be willing to make a sperm donation so that she can have a child as she really values my intelligence(her words not mine)

I think I'm simply not comfortable having a child out there whose life I have no part in (especially one being raised by someone so close by). I asked for some time to think about it but I'm sure she is expecting an answer soon.

How can I turn her down in a way that won't hurt our friendship?,

I have a female coworker (superior technically but in another department.)

We've worked together for about 4.5 years and have been become pretty good friends, we'll always chat in the kitchen at work and occasionally see each other outside of work for drinks or whatnot.

Recently she confided in me that her husband was sterile and asked if I would be willing to make a sperm donation so that she can have a child as she really values my intelligence  (her words not mine).

I think I'm simply not comfortable having a child out there whose life I have no part in (especially one being raised by someone so close by). I asked for some time to think about it but I'm sure she is expecting an answer soon.

How can I turn her down in a way that won't hurt our friendship?

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