I've fathered 16 children but I'm still a virgin at 36 Trent Arsenault is world's first donorsexual HE is only 36 but Trent Arsenault is already dad to 16 children – despite being a VIRGIN. In fact, the computer wiz has never even kissed a woman. But this hasn't stopped him becoming one of the world's most prolific sperm donors. He has spent years in "training" to boost his sperm count to spectacular levels and expects to father hundreds more children. American Trent describes himself as the world's first "donorsexual" and his bizarre story is set to become a book and movie. In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Trent revealed: "I now see that this is my place in life. Being a donor is probably the most important thing in the world to me. "I keep myself in top shape to make sure I'm as fertile as possible and I donate at least once or twice a day. I've already made commitments to more than 100 families so I could have literally hundreds of children in the near future. "Many of the families I have helped are coming back asking me to donate sperm to make siblings. "I used to long to have a wife and children of my own. But the more I donate, the less I feel that need. "So I decided not to fall in love or have children as that would restrict my ability to be a donor. "Many of the families I've helped tell me this is the most important thing in their life, so I don't mind making sacrifices to help them." 'Fertility smoothies' ... Trent gulps down drink made from berries, natural sugars and nuts Glen McCurtayne-Coleman Rayne Trent - who doesn't get a cent for his donations - became interested in donating sperm when he was growing up in the small Midwest town of Springfield, Missouri. His father is a Pentecostal minister and Trent would watch as women got up during sermons to pray to God to give them the children they had been pining for, but had not been able to conceive. At the same time, Trent longed to be with a woman for the first time but his parent's strict religious views forced him to hold off until he was married. And by the time he reached adulthood he had a different future mapped out for himself. He said: "By 18 I had made the decision to abstain from sex. I knew I wanted to be a donor and I wanted to save myself for that. "I still refuse to have sex because I don't want to risk catching a sexually transmitted disease. I'm a bit of a germaphobe. Also, if I caught an STD that would be the end of my days as a donor." Trent made his first sperm donation in 2006 when a lesbian couple responded to an advert he placed. A year later his first child was born. Since then he has gone on to have 16 more - and another three are due to be born in coming months He says he is currently in touch with more than a hundred families who want his sperm. A lesbian couple recently flew all the way from France to be inseminated. Trent believes his donating technique is particularly effective as his sperm count is so high and he is in peak physical condition. He also insists on couples coming to his house so he can hand them the fresh sperm. He said: "Most of the couples who come to me only do so after they have exhausted all other options. "They might have tried for years to have children, spending tens of thousands of dollars on treatments and so on, and gotten nowhere. It's these people I want to help. " Trent even started donating to women at computer company Hewlett-Packard, where he worked as a £90,000-a-year security specialist until he was fired in March. He says he is now considering suing the firm. In the meantime, however, he is glad to be free of the stress of a day job as it lowers his fertility. And he is glad to be able to devote all his time to donating. Protection ... Trent avoids sperm count-lowering sunshine and fumes Last month, he even moved from his home in the San Francisco Bay area to a small town in California's San Joaquin Valley - chosen because he says it is "one of the most fertile places in America". In his sparse home, Trent rises at 5.30am every morning to make sure he can get plenty done before the sun starts shining. He believes sunshine is harmful to his sperm count. When he is forced to step outside, he dons a hoodie, big hat, sunglasses and gloves to shield him from its rays. He also wraps a scarf or mask around his face to protect him from car fumes, which have been shown to harm seminal fluid. His regime also includes two "fertility smoothies" a day, full of berries, natural sugars and nuts plus "fertility exercises" like jogging and weights. He wears loose-fitting clothing to keep his testicles cool, as over-heating can reduce sperm count and he keeps electronic equipment away from his privates. Trent spends most of his days writing his autobigraphy, taking calls about his film and replying to emails from prospective clients. But at some point every day, a woman or couple will arrive to receive a donation. He shows them into the guesthouse and retreats to his bedroom. Then he takes the sperm to the woman in a "collection cup" and she uses a syringe provided by a doctor to inseminate herself. Trent said: "A woman who came to see me recently chose to inseminate by herself in the spare bedroom while I chatted with her husband in the yard." Although he doesn't charge for his services, he does insist on his clients signing a contract waiving his paternal responsibilities. He also tries to restrict his donations to one a day to ensure he has the maximum sperm count. But if he finds himself double-booked, he will not turn people down. He said: "I want to keep doing this for as long as I am healthy. I have never been in better shape and my sperm count is about 125 million per millilitre, around four times the national average. "I don't think I'm taking this too seriously. The ultimate reason for all this is to ensure the health of a mother and her baby. And I would argue it's difficult not to be overly concerned about the health of a person you are helping." Trent says he often gets propositions from women who are interested in getting more from him than a simple sperm donation. But, although he admits to being tempted sometimes, he always turns them down. Meanwhile, his strict religious parents have branded him a "sinner" and have given up trying to convince him to have a wife and children. They have not spoken to him for the past six months. Leafing through printed pictures of some of his 16 kids, Trent said: "There was a time when I wanted a wife and children of my own and I used to feel a lot of sexual tension due to my lack of intimacy. "But donating has reduced that sexual tension and made me realise that this is what I was born to do. "I have already met four of the children I helped conceive and, although I will not raise them, I imagine most of my children will want to meet me at some point. "It was amazing to see my children - up there with some of the most unforgettable experiences in my life. Tears came into my eyes. "Some of the mothers were crying too. I'll never forget meeting them. "But I cannot have children of my own as that would lower my fertility. And giving other people children is the most important thing to me in the world."